LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Saturday will see below-normal temperatures for this time of year as mountain and desert communities could see some thunderstorms.
Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect a cloudy morning and afternoon sunshine as temperatures reach a high of 78. Similar conditions are on tap Sunday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will see temperatures in the high 80s, along with fog in the morning Saturday. The region can expect similar conditions for the next few days.
Mountain communities will be in the low 70s and there is a slight chance for thunderstorms Saturday.
Deserts will see a 20% chance of thunderstorms amid a high of 91 Saturday.
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SoCal weather: Slight chance of thunderstorms remain in desert, mountain communities Saturday
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