The end of this week will feature more sunshine and heat for the Los Angeles area.
Temperatures will not be as high as they were earlier in the week, as highs will moderate in the middle to upper 70s through to the weekend.
Overnight lows will be in the lower to middle 60s each night the rest of this week, with low clouds developing during the early morning hours.
Daytime sun will burn away any morning clouds this week by the afternoon.
Precipitation is not in the forecast for the next two weeks, which is bad news for the drought-stricken state.
The Angles will be hosting the Athletics early this week for 7:15 p.m. PDT games. Conditions at first pitch should be around 70 degrees, with RealFeel® temperatures in the middle 60s.
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