Southern California forecast Thursday

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Inland Empire communities could continue to experience some stormy weather conditions on Friday.

A ridge of high pressure is going to increase temperatures and decrease humidity as the weekend approaches.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will be warm with some lingering humidity on Friday, with a high of 87, and staying in the mid-80s through the weekend.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be sunny and clear, reaching a high of 95 on Friday.

There will be dangerous surf conditions along south-facing beaches in Orange County and some Los Angeles County beaches.

A beach hazards statement is scheduled to go into effect and will last through Friday as surfers can expect waves of about 4-6 feet.

Beaches will see a few clouds in the morning, a high of 80 on Friday.

Mountains will be mostly sunny, but will see a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms. The high will be 75 on Friday.

Deserts will be sunny and hot on Friday, with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms and a high of 102.

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