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Warm temperatures forecast through weekend, but won't break records

National Weather Service

Friday is going to be sunny with no chance of rain, and if forecasters are right it's going to stay that way for a while.

"Basically we're looking at continued above-normal temperatures through the weekend," said meteorologist David Sweet with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

Sweet said Friday in Los Angeles County will see highs in the lower 70s at the beaches to the lower 80s further inland. Saturday will bring a little cloud cover and high temperatures will likely be in the upper 60s at the beaches to mid-70s inland.

"On Sunday, skies turn sunny again with highs continued in the upper 60s to mid-70s ... and that will continue pretty much all the way through Thursday," Sweet said.

While temperatures will be above normal, Sweet thinks that "we'll stay below record-high temperatures."

He also said that "we're not seeing any chance of rain for the next seven days."

Meanwhile, a red flag warning for much of L.A. County remains in effect until at least 10 a.m. because of strong winds and low relative humidity.

"There's a possibility that that could be extended, but for now it's through 10 a.m.," Sweet said, adding that there were northeast winds of 20-30 miles per hour with gusts of 45 miles per hour in the mountains and low humidity between 4% and 12%.


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