A continued stretch of sunny, warm days is ahead for Los Angeles.
Temperatures should hover around the 80 degree F mark through Friday. Sunshine will appear each day after low clouds dissipate in the afternoon.
The only problem ahead is no rain to help with the extended drought in the region.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, a third of California is in an exceptional drought, the highest level of drought calculated by the federal government.
It hasn't rained in Los Angeles so far in June, and the prospects of any precipitation are very dim for the first month of summer.
No rain is in the forecast for Los Angeles until the end of July.
After an extended bout with frigid, arctic air gripping much of the eastern United States, the Detroit area will see a change as milder weather sets in for the new week.
After an extended bout with frigid, arctic air gripping much of the eastern United States, the Cleveland area will see a change as milder weather sets in for the new week.
Heavy rain will soak the Gulf Coast and expand into the Southeast early this week, perhaps bringing isolated flooding but also helping to battle the drought.
As arctic air is held at bay next week, warmth will build from the West to the Central states, while the temperatures rebound to seasonable levels in the Northeast.