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No Surprises in Weather Forecast; More of Same Due

September 05, 1986

Unless there is something crouching beyond the horizon that the National Weather Service hasn't noticed, the Southern California weekend weather will offer little change from the pattern of the last several days, except to cool down a couple of degrees.

High temperatures in the Los Angeles area should remain in the low to mid-80s, the forecasters say, with persistent low clouds continuing along the coast during night and morning hours and spreading into the valleys.

Los Angeles-area high temperatures are expected to range from 80 to 85 today and 72 to 82 on Saturday, when high pressure that has been hanging over the Western states may begin to weaken slightly.

Thursday's Civic Center high was 83 degrees after an overnight low of 62. Relative humidity ranged from 96% to 51%.

Coastal Winds

As for the recreation areas, there will be light afternoon and evening winds along the Southland coast, with clouds and fog partly clearing in the afternoons. The surf is expected to be two to four feet from Zuma Beach to Del Mar.

In the San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountains, the days will be sunny and clear with high temperatures at the resorts in the 70s and lows in the 40s.

The Southern California deserts will have local gusty afternoon and evening winds up to 25 m.p.h. Southern deserts will have highs ranging from 106 to 112 and the northern deserts will have maximums from 98 to 108.

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