Southern California weather forecast Sunday

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It will be another day of strong winds, red flag warnings and dangerous fire conditions across many parts of Southern California.

Gusty conditions continue Sunday as many parts of Southern California are under wind advisories and red flag warnings.

A red flag warning will remain in many areas of Southern California through at least 8 p.m. Sunday.

In Los Angeles and Orange Counties, canyon areas may see gusts up to 35 mph as temps hit the low 70s.

Temperatures will be mild in the low 70s for the valleys and Inland Empire, too, but the areas will see gusty conditions up to 45 mph.

It will be a windy day at the beach amid clear skies and warm temps in the low 70s. Swells from the west could create 3-5 foot waves.

The mountain areas will be mostly sunny, but winds in the northeastern passes could see gusts up to 45 mph. Highs will be cold in the upper 30s.

High desert communities will be sunny and cool with highs in the upper 50s. Wind gusts could be up to 35 mph.

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