After a hot week last week, temperatures will turn more comfortable this week in the Los Angeles area.
The down side is that there is no rain expected for at least two weeks.
There will be low clouds and even some fog to start the mornings through Friday. It could cause low visibilities for drivers and possible flight delays for travelers out of Los Angeles International Airport.
After the clouds and fog lift, some sunshine will break through with daytime highs in the mid- to upper 60s.
A gradual warmup is expected Thursday with a high in the low 70s.
The high temperature will rise into the low 80s by Saturday as the San Francisco Giants take on the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
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