Listen: Antelope Valley, California And Ventura County discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"It is low pressure system still moving through southern California we topped out in the low sixties today normally should be in the low seventies. As we head into the overnight hours. We could still see a lot more of those gusty winds, especially for the higher elevations amounts and also our desert communities and also the antelope valley the foothills of LA and Ventura County so Gus potentially up to forty five to fifty miles per hour. Isolated gusts for nouns and the desserts anywhere from fifty five to sixty miles per hour. We're going to start to see the clouds clear, and that's because as soon as the system leaves high pressure will start to build in and temperatures will be much warmer for tomorrow through the end of the week. Highs tomorrow seventy for the coast seventy six Eleonore Orange County metro eighty two for the valley's southern California's most accurate dependable forecast. I'm CVS to meteorologists angrily for KNX ten seventy. Newsradio. Sixty degrees in Burbank. Sixty one in Santa Monica sixty six in Fullerton. It's five seventeen could falling for phone scams. Be a warning sign of dementia. A small study from rush university in Chicago shows there could be a connection"