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Cool, cloudy weekend on tap in Southern California

After several hot weekends, conditions in Southern California are cooling off.

Saturday and Sunday will see a return of Friday's marine layer, producing cloudy, cool mornings. The overcast is expected to burn off by the afternoon.

The coast will have temperatures in the 60s.

Speaking of Sunday's conditions in Orange County, Michael Watkins, a forecaster at the National Weather Service, said, “The highs will be about 70 to 75 and 85, so pretty nice.”

Stuart Seto, a weather specialist with the service, said warmer temperatures will return next week.


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Photo: City Hall in the gloom Friday. Armaan Maharaj / For The Times

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