Shorts-and-sunscreen weather on tap for Southern California
Southern Californians will get a sneak preview of summer this weekend when temperatures climb to 10 degrees warmer than normal for the time of year, forecasters said.
“You have very nice weather in store for today and the weekend,” said National Weather Service meteorologist John Dumas.
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-80s Friday through Sunday, with clear skies in downtown Los Angeles, Dumas said.
The weather will cool slightly to the upper 70s and then eventually into the mid-70s by early next week, he said.
The coastline will have some morning fog for next few days, but that will burn away by the afternoon, he said.
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