With slightly warmer temperatures greeting the area today, Thursday will bring an even more significant increase. Tonight’s lows will sit in the 50s before warming to near 90°F tomorrow; clear skies will also be expected.
“Highs [Thursday] should be the warmest of the next several days…with triple digit readings possible in the Antelope Valley and possibly even in the Santa Clarita Valley and interior [San Luis Obispo]” (National Weather Service Forecast Office, “Los Angeles/Oxnard: Area Forecast Discussion”).
Thursday night, overnight lows will dip into the upper 50s, and Friday will be quite similar: highs near 90°F and lows near 60°F. This weekend, the marine layer will regain intensity, pushing morning and overnight low clouds and fog into Los Angeles’ coastal valleys. Highs are expected to hover in the mid 80s while lows return to the 50s.
As for next week, beautiful temperatures will reign: an upper level low will bring slightly cooler temperatures to Los Angeles County but highs will remain in the 80s for the inland valleys through the first portion of the week. Forecast models are projecting a slight warming trend towards the end of next week.
- “Los Angeles/Oxnard: Area Forecast Discussion”. National Weather Service Forecast Office. Updated May 30, 2012 at 1:50 p.m. PDT. Accessed May 30, 2012.
- “Zone Forecast Product For Zone 547”. National Weather Service Forecast Office. Updated May 30, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. PDT. Accessed May 30, 2012.