Partly cloudy skies and a slight drop in temperature are in store for Los Angeles over the weekend.
"A generally seasonable weekend in store for Los Angeles with morning low clouds at the beaches and in some inland areas breaking for afternoon sunshine," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
"High temperatures will be close to normal, around 80 inland on Sunday and between 70 and 75 at the beaches."
Morning low clouds will give way to sunshine in the late afternoon with temperatures in the high 70s.
The temperature will drop into Sunday morning. Clouds will break in the afternoon and bring a slight drop in temperature to the low 70s.
Temperatures will trend slightly downward on Monday and Tuesday with a more extensive low cloud deck during the late-night and early morning hours, he said. Highs early next week will be in the low 70s inland to the upper 60s at the beaches
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