Some monsoonal moisture moving up from the southeast will bring a chance of thunderstorms in the desert and mountain areas over the weekend, while the rest of the area should be warm and sunny.
Temperatures in a few desert spots will top the triple digits, with Barstow and Palm Springs hitting 111 degrees and the Antelope Valley at 105. But sea breezes will keep the coasts cool and comfortable.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will be sunny and warm on Saturday, with highs getting up to 86 degrees. Some patchy morning fog could move in for a few days starting Sunday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will be sunny and hot on Saturday, with temperatures reaching 98 degrees and a possibility of unhealthy air quality. Temperatures will remain in the mid-90s for the rest of the week with some patchy fog.
The beaches will see morning fog and southwest swells of 1-3 feet, with temperatures staying cool, under 77 degrees.
The mountain communities will see a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms on Saturday, with highs of 82 degrees and unhealthy air quality.
Deserts could also see thunderstorms, with temperatures potentially still reaching 105 degrees.
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