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KTLA weather: Windy and warmer


A wind advisory is in effect for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties until noon today.  North to northeast winds of 25 to 35 mph, with occasional gusts in excess of 55 mph, are possible in these areas.

This morning, some marine layer clouds formed at the coast.  However, with a developing offshore flow, these clouds will dissipate rapidly.  Today and Tuesday, we’re going to have excellent weather with mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures.  This afternoon, highs will settle into the low to mid-70s.   Tomorrow, high pressure and northeast winds will allow temperatures to warm another five degrees or so.  A few valley locations will top out at 80.

More details and the seven-day outlook at KTLA's weather page.

-- Warren Hohmann

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