Clear skies and warm weather

The long shadows at Padua Park may not tell the entire story, but Southern California weather has to be the envy of millions in other parts of the country, especially the frozen Northeast. High pressure is going to keep Claremont temperatures quite mild, with highs in the 60s and lows around 50 the remainder of the week. On Sunday a warm front will blow through, pushing temperatures all the way to 75 degrees. The only bad news is much needed rain is not in the long-range forecast. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger


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