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Sunday, Jan. 16th, 5:20 A.M.

Good morning!
Today is starting very similar to yesterday. We have morning fog and low clouds in areas, mainly in the western metro. Another dense fog advisory is in effect until noon today for the I-5 corridor. By noon we should see much of the fog clearing out and seeing much clearer skies. Along with sunshine, we'll see some partly cloudy skies this afternoon. By late evening clouds will increase slightly. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 40s.
Tomorrow we'll see another potentially foggy start and a partly cloudy afternoon. Late tomorrow night, a system will start to bring light showers to the region, continuing into Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday wet systems will be moving to the north of us, but both days, it looks like showers could impact our region as well. Models are varying a bit on just how much of this wet weather will actually impact us, but it doesn't look like any day would experience heavy precipitation.
By Friday we will dry out again and return to partly cloudy skies. 
Temperatures remain above normal for the next 10 days. 

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The "catastrophic" fireworks explosion that injured 17 people last month in a South Los Angeles neighborhood was caused by "human error" after bomb technicians miscalculated the weight of the fireworks, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Chief Michel Moore said in a news conference Monday.