Southern California forecast Saturday

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Weekend temperatures in Southern California won't be as elevated as they should be next week as a ridge of high pressure heads west over the next few days.

Weekend temperatures in Southern California won't be as elevated as they should be next week as a ridge of high pressure heads west over the next few days.

Some patchy morning fog may linger in Los Angeles and Orange counties before dissipating into a sunny Saturday afternoon with a high of 86.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be hot and sunny with highs in the mid-90s amid some unhealthy air quality.

Expect a swell of 2-4 feet at the beaches, where temperatures reach the high 70s.

The mountain communities will see warm temperatures creeping into the 80s amid sunny conditions, although there is a 10 percent chance of an isolated thunderstorm Saturday afternoon in Big Bear Lake.

Desert areas will be hot with temperatures in the upper 90s with a 10 percent chance for thunderstorms.

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