Southern California forecast Friday

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Most storms in Southern California will have passed by Friday as humidity decreases and temperatures rise.

A thunderstorm was moving from the Inland Empire to the Antelope Valley Thursday evening.

Earlier in the day, a severe thunderstorm warning had been issued for parts of San Bernardino County as hail and winds were expected in the region.

Later in the afternoon and early evening, storms were moving toward the Antelope Valley, with some lightning and brief, but heavy, rain expected over eastern parts of Palmdale and Lancaster after 5 p.m.

No thunderstorms were expected in the Inland Empire on Friday.

The warning was issued as warm temps and humidity lingered across SoCal Thursday.

Heading into Friday, Los Angeles and Orange counties may see some morning fog that should keep high temperatures in the mid 80s.

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

Expect warm conditions in the beach communities with highs in the mid-70s. Morning clouds should give way to sunny skies and swells from the southwest may create a 2-3 foot surf.

Mountains will be partly sunny with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms. The high temperatures there will touch 80 amid unhealthy air.

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

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