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March comes in like a lamb today and turns into a roaring lion tonight with strong winds. Early showers will give way to some sun this afternoon, with temperatures near 50. Tonight an arctic front will produce some snow squalls and strong winds that could gust over 40 mph. Tomorrow morning it will feel like it’s below zero as you head out to work or school.
Weather Outlook, March 1 – March 5
Weather Patterns We’re Watching
Look at an industrial fire from space.
View from GOES-W satellite at 22,300 miles above earth looking at an industrial fire in Compton Ca at 445 AM. The Fog Product Imagery is a tool forecasters use to identify fog and low clouds, but can also pick up on extreme heat as you can see by the colored pixels. #cawx #SoCal pic.twitter.com/6Fwr48FjVC
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) February 26, 2021
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