Cooldown for Los Angeles on Sunday

By Jillian MacMath, Staff Writer
November 3, 2013; 1:52 AM ET
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The weekend will end on a significantly cooler note in Los Angeles.

The coolest day of the weekend will come on Sunday as the return of a cool onshore flow, leading to morning low clouds, holds temperatures to the upper 60s.

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Such a high will mean a roughly 10-degree temperature change from Saturday. The low on Sunday will bear nearly a 30-degree contrast to Friday's high temperature, which was 86 degrees.

Temperatures will again rise into the upper 70s during the middle of the upcoming week.


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