BEVERLY HILLS—The Southland will continue to experience high temperatures as a result of Santa Ana winds that do not usually appear during this time of the year.
According to Patch.com, National Weather Service meteorologist Curt Kaplan indicated temperatures will be 10-12 degrees above normal in the valleys and 8-10 degrees above normal in the Los Angeles County coastal zone, including Downtown Los Angeles.The heat is resulting from an upper ridge that was situated along the coast Friday and over the weekend, with the addition of the
According to Kaplan, the heat is resulting from an upper ridge that was situated along the coast Friday and over the weekend, with the addition of the Santa Ana winds, which usually blow in the early part of spring. The mornings will be spared low clouds and fog.
The hot temperatures will begin to show on Tuesday, as it will be in the 80s, after being 92 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday.