The weather pattern shown by the models continues to feature a mid and upper level low pressure trough that will be taking shape over Arizona and northern Mexico on Friday. Long Beach will be on the western side of this trough, under the influence of a dry and cool northwesterly flow. The only impact from this system will be breezy conditions on Friday, with a northwest wind between 10 and 20 mph, gusting to 25 mph at times.
As the low pressure system departs and high pressure builds in, winds will become lighter on Saturday, and temperatures will get a little bit warmer, with highs reaching the lower 70s.
Another weak upper level trough approaches the area on Sunday, and it may bring a little more cloud cover, but not enough to produce any rain. Winds will be light on Sunday, and high temperatures will reach close to 70.