Today's First Alert Forecast - NBC Southern California

Today's First Alert Forecast

Get updated forecasts from the NBC4 weather team.



    AM Weather: Temperatures Cool in SoCal

    An increase in moisture will help push temperatures down a little closer to seasonal norms, providing a break from the heat wave that roasted the region over the past few days. Belen de Leon has your First Alert forecast for Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. (Published Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018)

    The forecast for Sunday will be cooler than Saturday with mostly sunny skies. Most areas will stay dry but there is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the mountains and deserts this afternoon and early evening.

    Onshore flow increases overnight and areas of patchy fog and low clouds will develop each morning early in the week. Temperatures will be cooler through midweek then turn warmer late in the week.


    Los Angeles: Sunny and mild. Afternoon highs from 78 to 83 degrees.

    Coast: Sunny, mild, and breezy. Afternoon highs from 73 to 78 degrees.

    Valleys: Sunny and warm. Afternoon highs from 80 to 85 degrees.

    Inland: Sunny and warm. Breezy afternoon winds. Afternoon highs from 82 to 87 degrees.

    Mountains: Mostly sunny and cool. Small chance for evening storms. Afternoon highs from 55 to 60 degrees.

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