As a weak disturbance pushes across California this weekend, some clouds will move into Los Angeles, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Erik Pindrock said.
"We're going to have some clouds in the morning, then breaking for sunshine later in the day," he said.
It will also mean no rain for the Los Angeles area, which has been dealing with a three-year drought.
Temperatures will remain slightly below average hovering in the low to mid-60s.
A high pressure ridge moving across the West will bring warmer temperatures for the new week.
"It will be noticeably warmer Monday," Pindrock said, adding temperatures will rise into the upper 70s.
Temperatures will remain around average, with some patchy morning clouds making way for sunshine by late morning and early afternoon.
Hurricane Ignacio may enhance showers and stir rough surf for the Hawaiian Islands as it approaches next week.
After Erica brings heavy rain and locally gusty winds from Puerto Rico to Hispaniola into Friday night, the system will move toward the Bahamas and South Florida this weekend.
As many as seven tropical cyclones were churning throughout the world this past week, while smoke from wildfires across the Pacific Northwest led to poor air quality across the region.
Heat will linger in Eastern Europe for much of the fall season; meanwhile, the British Isles and northwestern Europe can expect a stormy end to the season.
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2 inches of snow.
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