Temperatures will continue to remain a few degrees above average for the remainder of the week and into the weekend.
Highs will approach 80 F for Thursday and Friday with plenty of afternoon sunshine around.
Folks that plan on heading to Dodger Stadium for the beginning of the series with the Pirates will have a nice evening for it. Game-time temperature will be in the mid-60s.
Temperatures will drop a few degrees over the weekend into the mid-70s. Lows will dip to around 60.
No rain is expected however. The critical drought that grips the area will continue with no relief in sight.
Low morning clouds are possible through the weekend, which could travel delays out of Los Angeles International Airport.
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