High wind warning issued for parts of SoCal as strong winds move across region Saturday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A high wind warning is in effect through Saturday afternoon for parts of Southern California as strong winds blow across the region.

The warning is set to go on until 3 p.m., but the strong winds are expected to linger through Sunday afternoon.

Los Angeles and Orange counties Saturday will be in the low 70s, and similar temperatures are on tap for Sunday. The region could see winds as strong as 50 mph Saturday.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be windy as temperatures stay in the low 70s Saturday. Gusts as strong as 60 mph could move through the region.

Beaches will see winds pick up Saturday as well, with a high of 72 degrees expected.

Mountain communities Saturday will reach 39 degrees and the region could see potentially dangerous winds, with gusts as strong as 70 mph possible. A 20% chance of showers is expected.

Deserts Saturday will be in the high 50s and gusty winds will blow through the region.



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