According to the National Weather Service, a ridge of high pressure is expanding toward the west—which means that the entire Southland region will be seeing an upward surge in temperature.
While Long Beach saw some light rain early Monday morning, gusty winds and temperatures slightly below normal are also expected leading into the night in Southern California, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued an advisory for a possible storm and a sharp drop in temperatures in the southland this weekend, as a result of a storm system moving in from the Gulf of Alaska.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued wind advisories for the southland today, and announced the first frost and freeze events of the season to occur in the Antelope Valley as a result of incoming cold, dry air.
High winds, high temperatures, low humidity and very dry vegetation recently could result in “elevated fire danger” in parts of the Southland through the weekend, National Weather Service officials warned today.
Summer has arrive: Hot and dry conditions expected to last through Saturday descended on the Southland Wednesday, forecasters stated. A high surf advisory will be in effect along the coast until 10:00PM tonight, with forecasters expecting surf of four to...
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