Good Friday morning.
Our morning low temperatures are slightly cooler than 24 hours ago. During the day, it’ll also be cooler. High temperatures will be about 3-5º below average.
A disturbance is moving across the west into the Great Basin. This will increase the onshore flow, those westerly winds, for the mountains and desert.
TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURES:
Over the weekend, a surface high pressure sets in creating a moderate to Santa Ana situation. It’ll start to get breezy tonight for the mountains so a Wind Advisory will go into effect from 10pm through Sunday 1pm which includes the valleys. Tomorrow, we’ll be under a Fire Weather Watch as northeast, easterly winds increase and spreas throughout the valleys between 20-30 mph with gusts to 50 mph. Humidity levels will also drop to around 10%.
Conditions begin to improve Sunday afternoon, but it’ll still be breezy and dry through Monday. That day, the coast will reach the upper 70s and the desert, low 80s.
Have a great weekend. Be Safe.
10News Weathercaster Robert Santos
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