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Comfortable start to the week, more active weather to come midweek

As we head into the start of this week, it will be very comfortable for Monday and Tuesday, but an incoming storm will bring some precipitation to Southern California. This weather could arrive as early as Wednesday but the strongest effects will likely be on Thursday and Friday.

Temperatures are cooling off nicely this evening and they will continue to fall throughout the night. As of 11:45 Sunday night, most cities in the valley are feeling temperatures in the 50s.

Temperatures tomorrow morning will start off cool in the low 50s. The high temperature will likely peak again in the low 80s.

Mild conditions continue through the early parts of next week. Precipitation will be with us in the latter half of the week. We could see some rain as early as Wednesday and could continue through Saturday. It is still a little far out to determine the exact timing and impacts, so stay tuned to the First Alert Weather Team for updates.

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Spencer Blum joined KESQ News Channel 3 in 2023 as a member of the First Alert Weather Team.


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