Listen: Newsradio, Mitchell Farrell And Paul Koretz discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"NewsRadio high pressure system is firmly right above us. And that means we're going to stay dry, and we're going to have plenty of sunshine. We'll stay cool, but temperatures will remain above average wins may get a little bit gusty today, but we'll stay well below those advisory levels by tomorrow, you can expect some more high cloud cover in the area and a weak storm system is actually headed our way. So that means that there is a chance potentially for some showers by Tuesday with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS Tuesday. Jennifer, Kim for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Eighty one degrees in Anaheim, sixty seven Thousand Oaks and seventy two in Long Beach at one forty six Los Angeles city leaders voted to draft an ordinance banning plastic straws. Being handed out at restaurants, less. They're requested. They're aiming for the law to take effect on April. Twenty second twenty nineteen which is Earth Day. The council also directed staff to explore phasing out plastic straws entirely over the following two years councilman Mitchell Farrell landed on a reasonable process that doesn't cause undue burden to existing businesses. And it's just the right amount of motivation for businesses to get into the act of environmentally friendly and sustainable practices councilman Paul Koretz see estimated by twenty fifty the plastics will actually outweigh fish in the oceans of this world.."