Skies Are Clear for a Sunny, Warm Week
Sunny skies are back and temperatures are expected to reach into the 90s in the Valley through at least Wednesday, forecasters said.
“There’s an area of high pressure over the entire West Coast and the eastern Pacific, which means sunshine, warm temperatures and no rain,” said John Sherwin, a meteorologist with WeatherData Inc., which provides forecast information to The Times.
Afternoon highs today are expected to be 89 in Chatsworth. The mercury will reach almost that high in Woodland Hills, Van Nuys and Burbank. Morning lows should be in the low- to mid-50s throughout the Valley today.
Although the late evenings and early mornings will continue to be cool, Sherwin said this weather pattern is normal.
Temperatures are expected to dip later in the week. Afternoon temperatures will be in the mid-70s. Morning lows Thursday and Friday should range between the mid-40s and low 50s.
“What you’re seeing now is kind of a stable weather pattern,” Sherwin said.
Nonetheless, Sherwin warned that the rainy season may not be over.