STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The on-shore flow has allowed some low stratus clouds to spread into the coastal plan and even peaking into some valley spots…the net result of this on-shore flow will be a similar day to yesterday.
Temps will be hovering near average levels for this time of year. There is a cut-off low pressure center in west of us in the Pacific that is helping to draw up the moisture from Miriam, however it will simply be cloud cover that we have to contend with. I don’t think there is much of a chance at any precipitation.
The big weather story is Sunday through Tuesday. A ridge of high pressure is going to work its way into the Pacific Northwest and will set up decent off-shore flow here in the southwest. We are anticipating daytime highs as early as Sunday into the 90s downtown and 100s for the valleys. By Monday and Tuesday we could see temperatures in the 100s downtown. This heat combined with some dry gusty winds will increase the fire danger significantly.
Things cool down by Wednesday and Thursday…once the low starts to move.
Valleys-low to mid 90s