Southern California weather forecast Thursday

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Powerful winds are expected to sweep across Southern California on Thursday, amid sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s and 80s.

Powerful winds are expected to sweep across an arid Southland again on Thursday as a red flag warning remains in effect.

The warning, which covers a broad area between Kern and San Diego counties, is not scheduled to expire until 10 a.m. Friday.

In Los Angeles and Orange counties on Thursday, expect gusts of up to 40 mph and a high temperature of 79 degrees. The low will be 46.

Fifty-mph winds are on tap for the valleys and the Inland Empire. The high will be 82 and the low temperature will drop to 47.

Look for sunshine and gusty 40-mph winds at the beaches, where the high will be 78 degrees. The low temperature will be 48 amid good air quality.

Wind speeds will reach 60 mph in the mountain areas. The high temperature will be a mere 52 and the low will plummet to 25 degrees.

Sunny skies are forecasted for the high desert along with 25-mph gusts. The high will be 68 degrees. The low temperature will be a frigid 19.

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