LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California is taking a detour from its cool, wet winter as dry and warm Santa Ana winds sweep through the region.
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The winds produced by high pressure over the Great Basin are expected to elevate temperatures, with some areas climbing into the 80s.READ MORE: California's June 15 Economic Reopening Has Many Residents Rejoicing, While Others Say They're Worried
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