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Los Angeles Goes Back To The 80s. In Degrees.

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Sunday is living up to it's intermittently dreary prediction, staying close to grey and blue with 5 mph winds and a max temp expected near 63 following the overnight rain. Monday should look and feel similarly, according to the National Weather Service, however by Tuesday the sun is slated to make a strong showing warming things up to a high near 73. Wednesday, in turn, could climb to a high of 77, and Thursday, not to be outshined by humpday, intends to show up, guns blazing, with a toasty high near 84.