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An awesome picture of Monday's solar eclipse as seen in Oregon will be part of Weather On The 1s at :21 and :51 past the hour. The next solar eclipse will happen on April 8, 2024 at which time the path runs from western Mexico through Texas northeast through the lower Great Lakes into northern New England.

Most temperatures Monday afternoon peaked in the middle 90s under a mostly sunny sky.  Warmer air is coming.   

Temperatures now:

A trough of low pressure in the Channel Islands is the main weather feature for southern California.  It will be weakening during the next 48 hours as it departs the area.

Upper-level high pressure returns from the southwest to give us hotter air mid-week through early next week.  Highs will reach 100 or higher by the weekend.

OVERNIGHT:  Clear.  Lows Tuesday in the mid 60s.  Morning wind from the S near 5 mph.

TUESDAY:  Sunny with highs in the mid to upper 90s.  Afternoon wind from the WSW again increasing to 15 to 25 mph mid to late afternoon. 

Check out all the details on your 7 Day Forecast.

If you took any pictures from today's eclipse watch parties ... or you've been to the Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival we would like to see them.  Share it with us via email caphotos@charter.com or on Facebook or Twitter and we might make it our next featured photo of the day.

--Rich Segal @RichSegal1121


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