With summer coming to a close, Santa Clarita is about to enter a brief period of cool weather, with fog and potential drizzle running through the week.
This comes after two hot, dry months of summer, with temperatures routinely hitting at least 100 degrees.
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According to the National Weather Service, Wednesday and Thursday’s temperatures will fall in the 70s with southwest winds hitting 25 miles per hour in the afternoon.
The service predicts that it will be cloudy in the evenings with lows in the 50s. There’s also a slight chance of drizzle after midnight.
By Friday, however, things are expected to clear up with highs hitting the upper 80s. Things should remain that way through the weekend.