While residents in parts of the East Coast are dealing with the effects of Superstorm Sandy, the Southland has been drenched in warm sunshine as part of several days of balmy weather.
The National Weather Service recorded highs on Monday of 89 in Northridge and Woodland Hills; 88 in Pasadena; 86 in Burbank, Culver City and Van Nuys; 85 in Pomona and San Gabriel; 84 in downtown Los Angeles; and 83 at the Long Beach Airport and Getty Center.
Temperatures will steadily drop a few degrees beginning today but rise again starting Saturday. In the meantime, some Southland communities including Culver City will experience periods of cloudy skies starting Wednesday, but there is no precipitation in the forecast.
Tuesday's forecast high for Culver City is 71. On Wednesday night for Halloween, the National Weather Service is predicting patchy fog in and around Culver City after 11 p.m. with a low of 55. The fog is expected to continue through 11 a.m. on Thursday morning. A high of 67 with a slight breeze is forecast for Culver City on Thursday.