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"NewsRadio a low pressures sim moving through southern California. And that means a cooling trend continues light, scattered showers possible later this afternoon into the evening, and we're also dealing with stronger, gusty west wind over the mountains in our desert communities as high pressure is right behind his low pressure system. So as soon as the system leaves tonight's we're gonna start to see warm. And dry conditions for Wednesday. And they will continue to warm up as we head into Thursday and Friday highs today sixty eight Eleonore county metro sixty eight for the valley, sixty six for the beaches. And if we do see any light rain, it's probably gonna be by tenth of an inch or less and snow levels above seven thousand feet seven. California's most accurate dependable forecast CBS to meteorologist Emberley for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio one Woodland Hills. Sixty four degrees in Long Beach, sixty four in Santa Ana it's to seventeen a record. Number of women are running for the democratic presidential nomination in twenty twenty. And a new study finds that thirteen percent of Americans still question. Whether woman has the emotional fitness to hold office, the Georgetown University center on education, and the workforce finds"