Muggy night…but the hot weather wanes tomorrow and the rest of the week. Warmer again by the weekend and next week.
It has been a lovely afternoon.
Sub-freezing temperatures gripped portions of the Southland overnight Wednesday into Thursday, the National Weather Service said.
Another warm day Monday. Look for some clouds to build over the mountains.
The winds are howling this morning. Wind warnings are in effect for the Antelope Valley, as well as our mountain communities.
High pressure is building into Southern California, bringing with it some gusty winds.
Warmer weather is settling into Southern California for the rest of the work week.
Temperatures will be running several degrees above average Thursday. The ridge of high pressure is breaking down, so look for cooler temps compared to yesterday (we hit 85 downtown).
Weak off-shore flow will remain in place through the middle of the week. Another disturbance is moving through and will set up another wind event.
Warm temperatures and windy conditions are expected across the Southland Sunday.
Santa Ana winds are forecast to keep Southern California dry and warm through the coming work week.
Strong Santa Ana winds are sweeping through Southern California’s mountains and passes.
It’s a little cooler today, but temperatures are still well above average.
It’s still warm out there as we start off the work week! Temperatures are about 12 to 13 degrees above average.
Dry offshore flow has brought gusty winds to the mountains and passes of Southern California and unseasonable warming throughout the region.