Southern California weather forecast Friday

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An ongoing red-flag warning is expiring on Friday, but warm and dry conditions are expected in many parts of the Southern California region.

A weeklong red-flag warning is scheduled to expire at 10 a.m. Friday, but a fire weather watch will remain in effect for much of the Southland.

Expect sunny and warm conditions in Los Angeles and Orange counties, where the high temperature will be 80 degrees. The low will be 48.

Morning winds will blow across the valleys and the Inland Empire. The high will be 82 degrees and the low temperature will be 45.

At the beaches, look for sunny skies and a pleasant high temperature of 76 amid good air quality. The low will be 50 degrees.

Sunshine and clear conditions are on tap for the mountain areas. The high will be 60 degrees and the low temperature will drop to an icy 23.

The high desert will see sunny skies and a high temperature of 68. The low will be 23 degrees amid good air quality.

The fire weather watch affects several areas in the Inland Empire and Orange County Inland. It's set to expire at 8 p.m. Sunday.

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