Listen: Santa Ana, Glendale, Huntington Beach discussed on Mark Levin
"With some strong Santa Ana winds as temperatures climbed to near ninety degrees in Glendale tomorrow afternoon. One of the things going on out at Huntington beach is the great Pacific air show, a beautiful weather for this. But it is going to be windy early. Ten o'clock. Northeasterly winds ten to fifteen miles per hour gusts to twenty five miles per hour. Those are the Santa Anna's, but the winds calm a little bit in the afternoon, but a warm afternoon if you're going to the practice of the air show tomorrow, and then the real thing Saturday and Sunday, some exterior the sunglasses and the sunscreen here's a look at the red flag warning for all of us in southern California fifteen to twenty five mph winds gusts thirty to forty miles per hour and that humidity in the teens with there is a fire that starts it can spread. Rapidly. We got to be careful and mindful of that tomorrow, and it's all because of this area of high pressure right here, you see how clear it is statewide what happens as a move to the overnight hours. It moves into a place where we start to see these strong offshore winds Santa Anna winds, which dry it's hot. It's windy. It's only for the day tomorrow, though, it's all day long. So once we get into Saturday what's going to happen. This is going to start to move out of here. And then we're going to start to see some rain get close to us, especially if you're in the mountains or in the low desert, you can see a few showers possibly moving in Sunday. And then again, Monday the rest of us will be dry. So here's what it looks like for tomorrow. It's going to be in the upper seventies to lower eighties out in the desert sixties and upper fifties in the mountains, and you see how hot it is in the nineties or back riverside, corona lake Elsinore all lower nineties, you see the same temperature in Anaheim, also Santa Ana mission viejo mid eighties along the coastline. And that goes all the way up to the north the valley in the lower nineties all. The way through Santa Paula and ohi Oxnard. So those Santa Ana winds really warming up tomorrow lower nineties from Long Beach, Glendale all the way out tomorrow your extended seven day forecast looks like this the mountainside chance of getting some showers, maybe a thunderstorm or two Sunday and Monday, you see the same thing for the low desert the I E, which you got as a couple of hot days, windy tomorrow. And then those temperatures head into the lower eighties on Monday your forecast for the valleys and the coast back in the seventies on Sunday, but Loria warm couple of days, you're valley's forecast lower nineties, windy tomorrow. And then almost a ten degree drop in temperatures Monday and Tuesday. So the warmth the heat is only with us for the next couple of days, the strong winds tomorrow. And then notice the basin inland, Orange County. What you're seeing is gradually lowering temperatures back in the upper seventies on Monday and Tuesday that is your weather forecast. Now from the hyper to the."