Southland residents can expect warm, partly cloudy weather after a chance of patchy drizzle in the morning Sunday, but there’s far less chance that we’ll see any more weather drama in the Southland in the near future.
While there’s still a slight chance of afternoon or evening thunderstorms in the mountains, forecasters said it’s unlikely we’ll see more mud and rock slides as took place late this past week. But they still cautioned residents in the area to be wary late in the day.
And we won’t have a return to searing heat that plagued Southern California just before those damaging rains hit. The National Weather Service forecast for central Los Angeles from Malibu to Long Beach and including downtown L.A. calls for highs in the mid 70s to around 80.
The chance that patchy drizzle will turn into showers is 20 percent in the coastal Orange County area. Highs there will be around 77 with light winds.
Temperatures will drop into the upper 50s and low 60s Sunday night in both areas.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District predicted air quality Sunday will be in the good to moderate range in the South Coast Air Basin.
Here are the latest temperatures and conditions around Southern California: