The great weather continues Thursday, look for sunny skies and above average temperatures.
Hurricane force winds out of the northeast are possible in the local mountains, starting Wednesday night, upping the danger of wildfires and making driving hazardous for truckers.
Thursday will be a transitional day from the off-shore flow to the on-shore flow as the chance of showers moves into the Southland.
The marine layer is thickening Thursday morning to about 3000′, giving way to the possibility of a little localized drizzle.
Look for cooler temperatures Thursday as the off-shore flow weakens and the high pressure in the Pacific pulls back.
The Southland can expect temperatures in the 80s and 90s for Thursday.
Angelenos can expect a thicker marine layer Thursday morning along with some coastal drizzle.
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