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KTLA weather: temp "sneaks" above normal

March 30, 2009 |  5:01 pm


During the last two days, Southern California dipped slightly below normal, but what goes down must come back up.  So temperatures will rebound for the next two days, reaching back into the mid 70s for the coastal basin, upper 60s for the beaches, and upper 70s farther inland.  The overnight clouds will disappear for three days, but as another low pressure slides in on Thursday the overnight marine layer will return.

Taking a look at the extended forecast, temperatures will warm for Tuesday and Wednesday just barely sneaking above normal, then gradually cool heading toward Friday, followed by another warming for the weekend.  Tomorrow will be the hottest day this week, at 74-degrees, and Friday will be the coolest at 65-degrees.  This week will be Southern California at it's spring best.

--Landon Fichtner