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The Southland is about to heat back up thanks to a ridge of high pressure and offshore flow that's limiting sea breezes. Several areas in the Los Angeles-area will see 90s, including the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys.
Downtown Los Angeles was forecast to reach a high of 83 degrees today, unseasonably warm according to Natoinal Weather Service's Robbie Munroe. Woodland Hills will hit 92, a full 14 degrees higher than normal.
The heat won't last too long fortunately. A cooling trend is heading for Southern California, with a chance of showers occurring on Sunday and Monday.
While the heat may keep you sweating today, it'll be a nice day out there for all sorts of those outdoor activities people seem to enjoy. The National Weather Service has forcasts sunny skies today with highs of 74 in Avalon; 75 at LAX; 79 in Long Beach; 82 on Mount Wilson; 83 in Downtown L.A.; 86 in San Gabriel; 87 in Burbank; 88 in Pasadena; 91 in Lancaster; 92 in Woodland Hills and Palmdale; and 94 in Saugus.
Cooler temps will prevail beginning on Friday. By Sunday, Downtown L.A. will reach a high of 67, 16 degrees lower than today. Woodland Hills will fall to 69, 23 degrees less than today, and Saugus will be at 66, or 28 degrees lower than today.
Sunny skies are also forecast in Orange County today, along with highs of 68 in Laguna Beach; 69 in Newport Beach and San Clemente; 82 in Anaheim, Irvine and Mission Viejo; 84 in Fullerton; and 86 in Yorba Linda. As of today, no precipitation is forecast in Orange County in the next six days.