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And Now, Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Weather

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All those warm thoughts paid off. This week's record low temps and cold weather advisories will be gone with wind gusts as of tomorrow, says the National Weather Service. Wednesday daytime temps are expected to reach the low 70s. Above is some imagery to support this glorious news.

A weak Santa Ana wind is partly responsible for the warm up, says KTLA, as high pressure moves to the east. Light offshore breezes are expected through tomorrow as temperatures find their seasonal appropriateness. Bonus heads up: Possible rain on Sunday.