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April 14, 2014 | By Los Angeles Times Staff
The greater Los Angeles area will experience "significant warming" and gusty winds Monday, forecasters warned. The Santa Ana winds are expected to last through midday, reaching  from 20 to 30 mph, with gusts of up to 50 mph in some parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures, meanwhile, are expected to the mid-80s in the valleys and inland areas, and mid-70s at the beaches. The high winds and temperatures are the result of a  high pressure system developing over the region.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez
Record high temperatures were reached across Southern California on Monday as the region baked in summer-like weather. Bob Hope Airport in Burbank topped out at 103 degrees, breaking a 100-degree record for the day that had stood since 1976, the National Weather Service said. Lancaster recorded 98, topping by one degree the record set in 1996. In Ventura County, Camarillo recorded a high of 86. That broke an 83-degree record set in 1996, according to the Weather Service. In the Inland Empire, Lake Elsinore hit 105, breaking a record of 104 that had stood since 1927, the Weather Service said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 2014 | By Christine Mai-Duc
It's not quite June yet, but Angelenos will be getting a fair dose of gloom this weekend, forecasters said. After a mini-heat wave that sent temperatures soaring as high as 15 degrees above normal this week, a low-pressure system could bring persistent low clouds and cool inland areas down to the low-70s by Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. The cool-down comes a bit later than expected; forecasters had predicted that downtown and valley areas would see some relief from the heat Wednesday, but cooler ocean air stayed west of the 405 Freeway, and some inland areas saw the mercury rise to the mid-90s.
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September 22, 2009
NATIONAL
January 12, 2013 | By Andrew Khouri
The cold snap that has brought unseasonably cold temperatures to California has engulfed several other Western states. The National Weather Service has told residents in most of southern Arizona, including Tucson, to prepare for near-record cold Sunday morning. The NWS has issued a hard-freeze warning for the area effective late Saturday night until Tuesday morning. Overnight temperatures could fall to the single digits in some areas. The NWS said the temperatures are expected to dip low enough to kill some vegetation and crops while creating dangerous conditions for residents and pets.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2014 | By Jason Song
Temperatures in parts of the Los Angeles area are expected to be nearly 20 degrees above normal on Sunday and likely to reach the low 90s in some places, according to forecasters. "Drink plenty of fluids and know not to overdo it," said Bill Forwood, a National Weather Service meteorologist. Throughout the weekend, temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain in the low to mid-70s, according to the weather service. Temperatures in inland areas, however, are expected to be in the 80s. On Sunday, temperatures could reach the low 90s in the valleys, according to the weather service.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
Christmas just might bring record high temperatures to the Southland. It's so warm and dry that forecasters have issued a red flag fire warning through Thursday evening for much of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The record high for Christmas Day in downtown L.A. was 85 degrees, reached in 1980. Meteorologist Carol Smith with the National Weather Service in Oxnard said the temperature is forecast to meet that mark on Wednesday. The low in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday morning was 46 degrees, meaning the temperature might jump roughly 40 degrees through the day. In Long Beach, where the Christmas record was set at 81 degrees in 1972, the high Wednesday is expected to reach 83. Burbank hit 85 degrees on this date in 1980 and Smith said Wednesday is also forecast to be 85 degrees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 2013 | By Emily Foxhall
Cooler temperatures on Monday and Tuesday will begin rising slightly Wednesday, bringing weather conditions to the Los Angeles area that are more typical of mid-August. Daytime temperatures in the valleys, currently in the mid- to high-80s, are expected to rise to the low- to mid-90s this week. Morning clouds should help keep temperatures at the beach stay in the low- to mid-70s, said National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Wofford. While the start of the summer saw uncharacteristic heat , recent weeks have been cooler than normal, making for "sort of a reverse summer" so far, Wofford said.
SCIENCE
June 14, 2013 | By Julie Cart
Business is not so bubbly for sparkling wine makers. Climate change is bringing higher temperatures to regions like Champagne, France, where delicate vines are succumbing to heat. In interviews with wine publication Decanter, winemakers in France's Alsace area say warmer climate is changing the taste of their traditional wines, altering the smell, sugar and acidity. The changes have reconfigured the sparkling-wine map. Wine-growing regions such Chile, India and China are ramping up production of sparkling wine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
After weeks of cooler temperatures, and even spurts of rain, Los Angeles will experience a warm-up this week with temperatures as high as 15 degrees above normal, forecasters said. A “very large” high-pressure system will bring temperatures into the upper 80s along with off-shore winds from the northeast, National Weather Service weather specialist Stuart Seto said. Downtown, for example, will warm to about 87 degrees on Monday before a cooling trend begins after Wednesday.   Temperatures are “really on the climb,” Seto said.
TRAVEL
March 21, 2014 | By David Kelly
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo.  - Since moving to Colorado from Southern California three years ago, I've come to hate winter. Scalding baths, wool blankets, the dog snoozing on my feet - nothing takes the edge off the bitter cold. It lingers in the air, in the bones and, most of all, in the soul. Then a friend told me about a place three hours from Denver guaranteed to rocket my moribund core temperature through the roof. I set off on a dark January morning in a raging blizzard.
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March 16, 2014 | By Alan Zarembo
The risk of brush fires will remain high in the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains Sunday due to unseasonably warm temperatures, dry air and gusty winds, weather officials said. Temperatures in the valleys and parts of the Inland Empire are expected to climb into the low 90s, according to the National Weather Service. That's about 20 degrees higher than average. The forecasted high for downtown Los Angeles is 88. Humidity levels in the mountains are expected to drop into single digits for a few hours this afternoon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2014 | By Jason Song
Temperatures in parts of the Los Angeles area are expected to be nearly 20 degrees above normal on Sunday and likely to reach the low 90s in some places, according to forecasters. "Drink plenty of fluids and know not to overdo it," said Bill Forwood, a National Weather Service meteorologist. Throughout the weekend, temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain in the low to mid-70s, according to the weather service. Temperatures in inland areas, however, are expected to be in the 80s. On Sunday, temperatures could reach the low 90s in the valleys, according to the weather service.
NATIONAL
March 3, 2014 | By Michael Muskal and Daniel Rothberg
WASHINGTON -- Winter squeezed the Eastern United States on Monday, bringing snow and promising days of frigid temperatures in the region where too many unwanted, icy records have already been set.  Snow began falling in the mid-Atlantic region and the federal government took a snow day -- again. Nasty winds were blowing up the Eastern states and officials warned of hazardous driving conditions. “A late-season winter storm will continue to shift eastward through the Tennessee Valley and the mid-Atlantic today, making for hazardous travel conditions,” the National Weather Service warned.
SPORTS
February 12, 2014 | By David Wharton
SOCHI, Russia - After taking a few practice runs down the halfpipe at the Sochi Olympics earlier this week, Hannah Teter had some concerns. To say the least. "I couldn't do any of my tricks," the American snowboarder said. "It was just the worst pipe I'd ever ridden in my life. " Then the crew at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park scrambled to make fixes, smoothing a lumpy bottom and using a mixture of salt and water to harden the walls. "A hundred million times better," Teter said before the women's final on Wednesday night.
BUSINESS
October 1, 2012 | By Hugo Martin
In the end, the unrelenting heat beat out the deep-fried cereal. The Los Angeles County Fair, which began Aug. 31 and ended last weekend, drew 1,473,371 visitors, a 1% decrease from the record-setting total of 1,491,213 last year, fair officials said. The fair hoped to draw bigger crowds this year with the slogan "Tell your diet to stick it" and introduced new, high-calorie treats like deep fried Spam, pineapple and cereal. Besides the snack foods, the fair featured such crowd favorites as rock legends Styx, monster truck madness and demolition derby.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
The summer heat will make a curtain call Monday, forecasters said, before it makes way for the cooler weather of fall. “We got something for everyone this week,” said National Weather Service meteorologist David Sweet. “If you like warm weather, you'll like today. If you like cooler temperatures, you'll like Wednesday and Thursday. It's a kind of topsy-turvy week.” Angelenos along the coast are in for a warm morning with gusty winds on Monday, the weather service said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 2014 | By Jason Wells
Unseasonably warm and dry weather is expected to give way to cooler temperatures and a slight chance of light rain overnight Thursday and into Friday, forecasters say. This week's warmer-than-average weather is expected to be replaced by temperatures in the lower to mid-60s starting Thursday as a low-pressure system moves in, bringing with it cloudy skies and that chance of long-absent rain. Patchy drizzle is possible in some areas in the morning, building to a 20% chance of rain at night, according to the National Weather Service.
NATIONAL
January 27, 2014 | By Cindy Carcamo
Arctic air is once again sweeping the nation east of the Rockies, hitting the East and mid-Atlantic states with frigid weather, with temperatures on average 20 to 30 degrees below normal throughout the region, according to the National Weather Service. In Chicago, a wind-chill warning shut down hundreds of schools Monday, commuters have been hit with public transit delays, and about 400 flights at Chicago O'Hare International Airport have been canceled, according to the Chicago Tribune.
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