Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Wild swings forecast to bring heat then chilly weather

After several days of normal November weather, an offshore weather pattern will push daytime highs well above average today and Thursday followed by a sharp cooling trend Friday producing the chilliest fall weather so far and even bring a chance of 30% chance of rain over the weekend.

Today and Thursday will be hot and dry with highs reaching into the 90's by tomorrow. Wind prone areas will experience strong northwest Santa Ana winds with low humidity levels that will produce red flag conditions in some wildland fire-prone areas.

A sharp swing in the weather will occur on Friday as a cold-weather system takes hold in the area that will drop daytime highs 20 degrees lower in 24 hours becoming chilly on Saturday where overnight lows will fall into the 40's.

A 10% chance of rain will accompany the cold weather beginning Friday night.

Today's high was forecast to be 86 in La Mirada going down tonight to 61 followed by a high on Thursday jumping to 93.

The dramatic cool off starts to take hold Friday where the high will fall to 72, followed by 66 on Saturday when there will be a 30% chance of rain and a high of 64 on Sunday. It will gradually begin warming up again on Monday. Overnight lows will drop into the 40's on Saturday and Sunday.

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