STUDIO CITY (CBS) — A chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms will linger through the day Friday. Temperatures will be similar to Thursday with high humidity.

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The steady stream of moisture continues to flow into the region this morning. A weak low is lingering off shore helping to pull up some of this monsoonal moisture. It will make a move to the east, keeping us with the instability through the day and into the evening.

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We can expect scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout much of the day. Currently there is a flash flood watch in effect for the high desert. The red flag warnings have all expired, however dry lighting can still be a threat over the next 24 hours. The moisture we have had has helped to decrease some of the fire risk.

It will be incredibly humid again Friday, so the uncomfortable weather continues. The low moves east for the weekend, however there will be a slight risk for a shower or thunderstorm into Saturday night mainly for the mountain areas. By Sunday we return to mild weather with a general on-shore flow and temperatures running slightly below average.

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