Aug 30, 2013 11:25 PM by Victoria Johnson

Forecast heading into Labor Day weekend

Today will be similar to yesterday. There will be less of a cloud cover and temps warmed up quickly through the morning and into the afternoon. A hot and humid air mass could bring afternoon and evening thunderstorms and showers to the Los Angeles and Ventura County mountains and the Antelope Valley. The increased monsoonal moisture paired with weak upper level winds, may produce the potential for heavy rainfall. Therefore, the National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the Los Angeles and Ventura County mountains and the Antelope Valley. There is also the possibility of a few storms drifting into the San Gabriel and Santa Clarita Valleys. The Central Coast could see remnants of this activity as it will be humid. Above normal temperatures will be present through Saturday. Saturday's highs at the beaches will range between mid-60 to mid-70. Inland highs will range between mid-80 and 90's. The high should weaken by Sunday, bringing a cooling trend. We should expect mostly clear skies with some late night to early morning low clouds and some fog. By the middle of next week, temperatures should warm to near normal as the high returns.



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