Expect temperatures to be well above average once again. Wednesday.
An off-shore flow remains in place, but we don’t have to worry about winds.
Expect a windy and warm Monday with temperatures well above average.
Temperatures will remain below average through Saturday.
Good morning! A trough in place over the region will keep us cool, cloudy and somewhat unsettled over the next few days.
Cooler weather and some more clouds Monday with temperatures running below average in the 60s and 70s.
Expect a warm and sunny day Friday with temperatures seven to 10 degrees above average.
Expect very warm weather for the next couple of days as the off-shore flow and high pressure still dominate. Highs should run 12 to 15 degrees above average.
Good morning! Gusty winds still on tap today, especially through the late morning and mid-day.
Expect a few more overnight clouds, temperatures dropping and gusty winds at the beginning of the week.
Southern California residents were experiencing more of the record-breaking heat they endured Thursday.
Winds continued to wreak havoc on the Southland Wednesday morning.
Look for a healthy off-shore flow to develop over the next few days as temperatures increase into the upper 80s and 90s.
Expect the windy conditions over the next few days. Temperatures will continue on a warming trend towards Thursday and Friday.
While more hot weather is headed our way by Wednesday, temperatures today will hover in the low to mid-70s.