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Temperatures are expected to rise across Southern California over the next three days, bringing warmer and quieter weather to the region after weekend storms that forced evacuations in San Bernardino County.
“It’s going to be pretty warm [by Wednesday],” said Mike Wofford, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Oxnard. “We’ll notice a decent jump tomorrow, probably 5 degrees warmer [than Monday], and then another five degrees or so Wednesday.”
Forecasts show temperatures peaking in the low 90s by Wednesday, part of a “gradual warm-up” that will span the region, from the coast and into the valleys. Highs will reach into the low 80s Monday, Wofford said.
Wofford said the weather Monday and through the week would be “pretty quiet” compared with weekend storms and rains that forced evacuation orders in parts of San Bernardino County over concerns of possible mudslides or debris flow.