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    NEWSLETTERS

    First Alert Forecast: Temperatures Expected to Climb

    From Sunday into Monday, mid and high level clouds from this storm will move into SoCal but don’t expect any rain. (Published Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019)

    After a fall feel to the end of the week, temperatures will climb over the weekend. Hot conditions are expected inland when highs could reach into the triple digits again.

    If you’re planning to cool off at the coast, large swells and surf are expected because of Tropical Storm Ivo. South facing beaches are looking at surf up to 6 ft and strong rip currents. A beach hazards statement will be in effect through Tuesday morning.

    From Sunday into Monday, mid and high level clouds from this storm will move into SoCal but don’t expect any rain. Periods of partly cloudy skies are expected next week with slightly above normal temperatures.

    SATURDAY’S FORECAST

    First Alert Forecast: Beach Hazards

    [LA] First Alert Forecast: Beach Hazards

    We have every single beach in Southern California under a beach hazard statement from Saturday night through Tuesday morning. Shanna Mendiola has your First Alert forecast for Friday, Aug. 23, 2019.

    (Published Friday, Aug. 23, 2019)

    LOS ANGELES: Gradual clearing. Afternoon highs from 80 to 85 degrees.

    COAST: Gradual clearing. Afternoon highs from 73 to 77 degrees.

    VALLEYS: Gradual clearing. Afternoon highs from 90 to 95 degrees.

    INLAND: Becoming sunny. Afternoon highs from 94 to 98 degrees.

    MOUNTAINS: Sunny and breezy. Afternoon highs from 78 to 82 degrees.

    HIGH DESERT: Sunny and hot. Afternoon highs from 95 to 100 degrees.

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