It'll be another cold night night in the county, but at least the sun will shine tomorrow and temperatures will improve throughout the day.
A Frost Advisory has been issued our inland valleys and deserts from midnight until 8am Friday morning. Temperatures will range in the 20s and 30s inland, while the coast and deserts drop to the 30s and 40s. Mountains will drop between 16 to 26 degrees early morning.
We do see a nice recovery throughout the day, with temperatures averaging about 5 degrees higher on Friday under bright sunny skies. Santa Ana winds will develop late day, but it will be a weak Santa Ana event with gusts of up to 50mph. The winds subside Saturday afternoon.
High pressure will get stronger with bright sunshine and warmer temperatures for next week. Temperatures will average in the mid 70s to low 80s from the coast to the valleys. It's possible daytime highs will cool back down Thursday and Friday as another storm moves into the pacific northwest, weakening high pressure with stronger onshore winds.
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