More heat records set in Southern California
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Cloudy skies have made Southern California look a bit wintry but thermometers continue to insist it's summer.
A record-tying high of 84 degrees at Camarillo on Tuesday was among many balmy readings across the region, including downtown Los Angeles, which topped out at 78, 10 degrees above normal.
The National Weather Service says high pressure and weak offshore flow will keep Southern California rather warm Wednesday, and after some cooling Thursday, gusty Santa Ana winds will usher in warmer weather again on Friday.
The high pressure and offshore flow should keep daytime highs well above normal through the middle of next week.
Forecasters also say there's no rain in sight. Downtown Los Angeles has had less than an inch of rain since July 1.