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Goodbye, Rain: Weather to Warm Up for the Weekend

Enjoy the outdoors, like this spot in Griffith Park, this weekend | Photo by Archie Tucker via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr
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Welcome back, Sun! The stormy weather we've had for the past three days is heading out and it's time to welcome a warming trend. As usual after a stormy session, the air mass is still unstable, so there may be some isolated showers around the Southland this morning along with temperatures in the high 60s to low 70s, which will drop to the low 50s overnight, according to Bill Hoffer at the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

On Friday, it is expected to warm up to low 70s in the coastal areas and low 80s inland. It then will likely get a little hotter over the three-day holiday weekend when beaches will hit the high 70s and inland areas in the lower 90s. The skies should remain clear through at least next Wednesday with temperatures cooling down slightly.

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