SoCal forecast: Morning clouds give way to afternoon sunshine, warmer temps Wednesday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Wednesday will see warmer temperatures and sunshine after some morning clouds move out of the region.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Wednesday can expect clouds in the morning to give way to sunny conditions amid a high of 74. Similar conditions are on tap Thursday.

The valleys and Inland Empire on Wednesday can expect another day of morning clouds, but temperatures will jump to 86 in the afternoon. Morning clouds and afternoon sunshine is also on tap Thursday.

Beaches can expect cooler temperatures to continue Wednesday as a high of 67 is on tap. The region will stay in the 60s for the next few days.

Mountain communities will be pleasant Wednesday - sunshine and a high of 76 is expected. Thursday will also be sunny and temperatures will be in the high 70s.

Deserts will be hot Wednesday. Temperatures soar to 97 degrees, dropping to 56 at night. Similar conditions are on tap Thursday.



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