Los Angeles: Sunshine, Seasonable Temperatures Ahead

By Katy Galimberti, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
June 17, 2014; 7:04 PM
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Los Angeles should have a sunny, pleasant week ahead.

As midweek approaches, Wednesday morning should be cloudy but start to bring slightly warmer air for the day. As clouds break in the afternoon and mostly sunny skies appear, the high should hit the mid-70s before dropping to an overnight low in the mid-60s.

On Wednesday, mostly sunny skies will give way to a clear night should follow with overnight temperatures in the low 60s for another potentially slightly chilly night at Dodger Stadium for game three of the Rockies series.

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Thursday should warm up with temperatures reaching the upper 70s as low clouds break into sunshine. Overnight lows should be in the low 60s.

Heading into the weekend, Friday should again be in the upper 70s before temperatures climb to the low 80s on Saturday, making for warmer weather for Angels fans as the three-game series against the Texas Rangers starts Friday evening.

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