SoCal forecast: Morning clouds, cooler temperatures on tap Thursday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Thursday will see temperatures cool down as morning clouds continue to linger over the region.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Thursday will be in the low 70s as cloudy skies in the morning give way to afternoon sun. Similar temperatures are expected Friday.

Valleys and Inland Empire on Thursday will be warm. Temperatures will drop to 81 and some clouds will stay in the afternoon. Morning clouds and afternoon sunshine are on tap Friday.

Beaches will stay cool as temperatures will reach a high of 65 Thursday. Temperatures will be in the 60s for the next few days.

Mountain communities on Thursday will be mostly pleasant -- a high of 74 is on tap amid breezy and sunny conditions.

Deserts on Thursday will stay hot as temperatures will reach 92 degrees. A slight cooldown arrives over the weekend when temperatures drop to the 80s.

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