Southern California weather forecast Friday

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High pressure is building in Southern California Friday, bringing monsoonal moisture and a chance of thunderstorms to the area ahead of a more normal weekend.

High pressure is building in Southern California Friday, bringing monsoonal moisture and a chance of thunderstorms to the area ahead of a more normal weekend.

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

The valleys and Inland Empire will be sunny, reaching a high of 95 on Friday. Unhealthy air quality will linger in the area through the day.

Beaches will see a few clouds in the morning, a high of 80 on Friday, with surf from the southwest at 3-6 feet.

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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