After a hot, dry weekend in the city with the Santa Ana winds blasting, Los Angeles is in store for some relief from the heat this week.
While temperatures Sunday rounded out in the mid-90s, temperatures will decrease throughout the week. Monday's temperatures will remain in the 80s but temperatures will drop significantly for the remainder of the week.
Nighttime lows after Monday will remain in the 50s.
Some low clouds will be prevalent Tuesday through Thursday.
The city's first chance for wet weather will come late Tuesday evening as a shower could accompany some patchy clouds over the city.
Wednesday will be the city's greatest chance for rain during the midday hours. Wednesday and Thursday will be the coolest days of the week with temperatures in the 60s.
Despite the clouds midweek, just in time for the weekend sunny skies will return as temperatures reach back up into the 70s on Friday.
For anyone with outdoor plans, the weekend will not disappoint as temperatures will hit the high 70s and bright sunshine will prevail through Sunday afternoon.
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