LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Temperatures stay warm in Southern California Saturday, with showers and thunderstorms possible in deserts and mountains again.
Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect to see morning clouds, with temperatures reaching 84 degrees by the afternoon when sunshine arrives. Similar conditions are expected Sunday.
The Inland Empire and valleys will be sunny and hot, with a high of 97 Saturday. Sunday temperatures increase to 99.
A 40% chance of thunderstorms is on tap in the mountain communities Saturday, but there is no threat of thunderstorms Sunday as conditions will be sunny with a high of 80.
Deserts will see a 20% chance of thunderstorms Saturday and a high of 100.
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SoCal weather: Region stays warm as thunderstorms possible in deserts, mountains Saturday
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