Sunny, warm weekend on tap for SoCal after strong winds die down

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Strong winds that increased the risk of fires for several days across Southern California have died down but the region will stay warm through the weekend.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see sunny and pleasantly warm temperatures on Saturday, with a high of 78. Similar conditions are on tap for Sunday.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be even hotter with temperatures reaching up to 82 degrees on Saturday.

Beaches will see a high of 72 on Saturday and mountain communities will see mild conditions with a high of 60.



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