The gloomy, cold weather that put a damper on May Day protests will continue into next week, though forecasters say residents can expect a slight temperature spike by Friday.
A “very dense marine layer” is responsible for the morning drizzle, cloudy skies and fog, according to National Weather Service spokeswoman Bonnie Bartling. The weather specialist said some areas of the Valley, such as La Canada Flintridge and La Crescenta, have gotten close to a half-inch of rain from the drizzle alone, which she called “a little odd.”
“Each day we’ll get a little better burn-off going,” Bartling said. “But we’re still looking at below normal temperatures."
-- Matt Stevens, Los Angeles Times