Feb 22, 2016

Without a 'March miracle,' drought-like conditions will continue in Southern California

Los Angeles, CA
USA
by
Joseph Cerna
,
Los Angeles Times
Ian Kellam of Costa Mesa fires a shot as he and friends play disc golf at a course in Huntington Beach earlier this month. Southern California has seen above-average heat in February so far. Photo: Ed Crisostomo, AP
Ian Kellam of Costa Mesa fires a shot as he and friends play disc golf at a course in Huntington Beach earlier this month. Southern California has seen above-average heat in February so far. Photo: Ed Crisostomo, AP

Southern Californians can expect dry conditions and above-average heat this week as a stubborn high-pressure system continues to block the heavily anticipated El Niño rainstorms that weather officials warned of over the winter.