Warm weather continues just cooler than yesterday. The marine layer will return over the weekend.
Look for a nice mild afternoon with temperatures running well above average. We will see 80s in the LA Basin and in our valleys.
Gusty winds today and warm weather for the middle of this week. There are wind advisories and red flag warnings in effect this morning. Look for highs to shoot above average through Thursday, then we will have a cool off into the weekend.
Look for another warm day in Southern California. Temperatures will be well above average, but they will drop over the weekend and into the beginning of next week.
High pressure building will warm us up for the next couple of days. Enjoy the warm weather, because we are cooling down from Saturday to Tuesday.
It will be a cold and unsettled start to Tuesday. However, by the afternoon and evening we will clear things out. Temperatures will still run well below average today and even tomorrow.
A weak disturbance is pushing through the region today, which is going to keep our temperatures below average.
A little warmer today with some patchy low clouds. Mostly sunny for the afternoon and temperatures hovering slightly below average. We will have windy conditions on Sunday and Tuesday.
Red flag warnings were in effect across the Southland Friday morning due to gusty winds, high temperatures and single-digit humidity levels.
We are still on track for a moderate to strong Santa Ana wind event today.
Cooler weather today with some patchy low clouds otherwise a decent day. The cool weather remains through the middle of the week. By the weekend we will warm up. Watch out for some gusty winds Wednesday and Thursday.
Nice day on tap with temps topping out in the 70s in the basin and into the 80s for the valleys. We will see a warming trend into the weekend, then cooler next week.
Several communities in the Inland Empire and the high desert braced for more flash flooding Saturday after days of heavy rainfall.
Flash flood watches were expected to be in effect until 11 p.m. Friday for Riverside and San Bernardino counties along with a flood watch for Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
It will be another hot and steamy day in Southern California. The flash flood watches have expired, however there is still the slight chance for thunderstorm this afternoon. Atmosphere remains unstable for the rest of the week.