After reaching highs in the 90s Wednesday and Thursday this week, Los Angeles has turned sharply cooler for the weekend.
Friday's high temperature reached only 69 degrees, dropping more than 20 degrees from Thursday. Sunday will be just as cool with highs not breaking out of the upper 60s as clouds win out over sunshine.
Sunday will see a bigger break from the cloud coverage with only periodic times of passing clouds.
The overnight low will be in the mid- to lower 50s Sunday. Breezes will be very light, likely not surpassing 5 mph for the inland areas.
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