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After weeks of cold, a warming trend forecast for L.A. area

Chilly temperatures that have been the order of the day in Southern California should give way to warmer conditions by the weekend.

On Monday, the National Weather Service forecast highs in the low 60s in the Los Angeles area with lows in the 40s.

By Thursday, officials expect highs in the low 70s and lows in the 50s.

Temperatures in the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys will be slightly higher by the end of the week, topping out in the mid-70s, according to the weather service.

Mountain areas will get into the 60s by Friday but remain in the 20s at night.


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