LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Tuesday will see sunshine and mild temperatures as the storm system that soaked the region moves out.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a high of 69 degrees on Tuesday amid mostly sunny conditions. Temperatures start to gradually increase into the high 70s Wednesday before jumping into the mid-80s Thursday.
Valleys and the Inland Empire on Tuesday will see sunshine and temperatures are expected to reach a high of 72. The region will also see a warmup as temperatures Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be in the 80s.
The mountains will be sunny and breezy on Tuesday with a high of 50 in the afternoon and a chilly 26 at night.
Deserts will be sunny and a high of 63 is expected Tuesday. Temperatures steadily increase over the next few days, peaking at 80 on Friday.
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SoCal weather: Region to see return of sunshine, mild temperatures Tuesday
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