Partly cloudy skies are expected throughout the Southland Wednesday but despite the partial cover, L.A. County temperatures will remain slightly above normal.
Downtown L.A., for example is forecast to reach 89 Wednesday — six degrees above normal. Burbank is expected to hit 91, only two degrees above normal, and Woodland Hills will be at 97, also two degrees above normal. Temperatures Sunday through Tuesday will be at normal levels, said National Weather Service weather specialist Stuart Seto.
Orange County temperatures are “back on track toward normal,” said NWS meteorologist Alex Tardy, with coastal temperatures running a little more above the average than inland temperatures — a pattern similar to L.A. County’s.
The National Weather Service forecast highs of 81 at LAX; 83 in Avalon; 86 in Long Beach; 89 in Downtown L.A.; 91 in Burbank; 92 in San Gabriel; 93 in Pasadena; 94 in Saugus; 97 in Woodland Hills; and 98 in Palmdale and Lancaster. Temperatures will remain roughly at the same level through Friday and dip marginally on Sunday.
In Orange County, highs will be 77 in San Clemente; 78 in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach; 88 in Mission Viejo; 89 in Irvine and Anaheim; 90 in Fullerton; and 92 in Yorba Linda. A minor dip in temperatures is expected Sunday.
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