Sunny Days Ahead for Los Angeles

By Mark Leberfinger, Staff Writer
August 9, 2014; 1:52 AM ET
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Slightly below normal temperatures are expected through midweek in the Los Angeles area.

Daytime times through Thursday will be in the low 80s. The normal high for this time of year is 84 F.

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Nighttime lows will be in the low to mid-60s making pleasant nights for baseball as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim continue their home stand at Angel Stadium.

There may be low morning clouds which may cause travel delays at Los Angeles International Airport.

Once the low clouds dissipate, sunshine will be the rule across the Los Angeles area into Thursday.

No rain is in the forecast until early September.


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