STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — After some very warm afternoons, things are changing up.
We had record breaking high temps yesterday in the 90s, 97 at Van Nuys Airport. We are waking up to some low clouds once again this morning with a decent high cloud cover deck over the area as well.READ MORE: Orange County Qualifies To Move Into Least-Restrictive Yellow Tier
Temperatures will be dropping just a couple of degrees today. Inland cities will notice the cooler weather more than residents along the coastal plain or at the beach.
Even with the cooler weather, daytime highs will still be several degrees above average.
We will see more of a noticeable cool down on Saturday and Sunday.
There are a couple of short waves moving through the area that will bring varying cloudiness through Monday. The forecast models are showing off the possibility of a late season storm for the Southland late Wednesday to early Thursday. This certainly would be good news if it happens considering our rain deficit this year.READ MORE: Police Identify Homeless Man Arrested In Palisades Fire
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