Winds are shifting which means temperatures are rising. The mercury was climbing into the 90s by Thursday morning, and NBC4's Byron Miranda says SoCal will get even hotter before the weekend is over.
The marine layer that’s kept SoCal comfortable and cool this week is being swept away by shifting winds that’ll bring hot, dry weekend weather.
By Thursday morning, temperatures were already heating up with mercury climbing into the 90s by 11 a.m. along the coast.
It’ll be much of the same over the weekend when temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees in Long Beach and hover around 105 degrees in Woodland Hills, said NBC4’s Byron Miranda.
Downtown LA could reach 100 degrees this weekend, rivaling Palm Springs’ forecasted high of 105 degrees.
Temperature will start to go back down come Monday or Tuesday, Miranda said.