STUDIO CITY (CBS) — Low clouds have once again moved into the valleys Friday morning.

A broad trough continues to approach the west coast and that is encouraging this on-shore flow. The marine layer is a little thicker so there is the possibility of some patchy drizzle.

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Daytime highs Friday will also be down a degree or two from Thursday. The upper level low driving the trough up north is going to park along the Oregon coast for the next three or four days. That means we can expect more of the same into the weekend. Low clouds in the morning, hazy sunshine for the afternoon with temperatures running below average for this time of year.

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By Tuesday the low moves on and we will star tapping into that big ridge of high pressure that has been keeping the middle of the country warm, although right now it doesn’t look like a major warm up. We should be closer to average by Thursday and Friday of next week.

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Beaches -upper 60s
Basin – mid 70s
Valleys – mid 80s
Deserts – upper 80s to near 90
Mountains -mid 70s