Wind advisory in effect until Friday afternoon for parts of SoCal as more Santa Ana winds expected

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A wind advisory remains in effect until Friday afternoon for parts of Southern California as another round of Santa Ana winds makes its way toward the region.

Certain areas will see 35 mph wind gusts, but they'll start to clear out by the weekend.

Friday will be pretty warm in Los Angeles and Orange counties before the temperatures start to drop this weekend and next week. Temperatures will reach a high of 73 degrees and will dip to 47 at night.

The valleys and Inland Empire will also be warm on Friday. Temperatures will reach a high of 73 degrees, but some clouds will bring those temps back down on Saturday to 68.

Beaches will also see wind gusts, but will be a fairly beautiful day on Friday. Temperatures will reach a high of 72 degrees and will dip to 50 at night.

In the mountain communities, Friday will be partly sunny, reaching a high of 47 degrees. There is a small chance of rain on Saturday.

Deserts will see temperatures in the high 50s on Friday and will drop to 21 degrees at night.



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