Cooler temperatures — and maybe some showers — headed to SoCal this weekend
In Los Angeles
This weekend, temperatures will trend toward the mid-70s to upper 70s and there’s a chance of showers and thunderstorms in parts of the greater Los Angeles area, weather experts say. Here are the latest conditions from early Saturday afternoon to early Monday morning for parts of Los Angeles metro area. We’ll update this list as conditions change.
The latest: In Los Angeles County, there’s a 20 percent chance that a thunderstorm with heavy downpours will hit the region on the evening of Friday, while the temperature’s hovering around the upper 70s.
The latest: In Los Angeles County, the temperature is expected to hover around the upper 70s later in the weekend.
The latest: On the west side, the temperature will hover around the upper 70s until Monday.
The latest: There’s a slight chance of rain in L.A. County tonight, with the possibility that a shower will last until about 6:30 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Rainfall amounts are expected to be around 3 to 5 inches, said NWS meteorologist Andy Purdy.
On the east side, the temperature is expected to hover around the mid 70s until Sunday.
On the west side, the temperature will hover around the mid 70s until Sunday.
On the east side, the temperature will hover around the mid 70s until Sunday.
In San Diego County
The latest: High temperatures will be in the high 70s this weekend in San Diego, weather experts say. This will be in line with the heat, which is expected to remain hot this weekend for the rest of the year.
The latest: Temperatures are in the mid 70s for the weekend, which is below average, while it remains a heat wave for the rest of the year, said John Polage, a meteorologist with weather.com.
The latest: Temperatures are expected to hover around the upper 70s this weekend in coastal communities, where highs