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Weather forecasting, detailed weather analysis and climate information

7:00 AM | Not a bad way to start the new week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Becoming mostly sunny, breezy, highs near 70 degrees


Becoming mostly cloudy with possible fog late, lows near 60


Fog possible early then becoming mostly sunny, breezy, near 70

Tuesday Night

Partly cloudy early, mostly cloudy late with some patchy fog, near 60


Fog possible early then mostly sunny skies, near 70


Fog possible early then mostly sunny skies, upper 60’s


Fog possible early then mostly sunny skies, upper 60’s


Fog possible early then mostly sunny skies, upper 60’s


The overall weather pattern continues with normal-to-below normal temperatures along the west coast of the US with all of the excessive heat well to the east of the area. That pattern will likely continue for the next several days with a persistent onshore flow along the west coast and daily high temperatures generally confined to the mid-to-upper 60’s in the Los Angeles metro region. Late nights will find low temperatures close to the 60 degree mark during this time period along with low clouds, and possible fog; especially, near coastal regions. Some warming is possible during the latter part of next week. Elsewhere, the tropical system that we have been monitoring for the last several days over the Gulf of Mexico, could strengthen into a hurricane (named Debby) shortly and it will continue to pound the central and eastern Gulf with heavy rain over the next couple of days.