The weather, currently.
Swampy weather continues in Los Angeles, but the humidity should be a bit lower today, so it’s time to end your Florida-in-California vacation and return to reality. We have overcast skies kicking off Wednesday, and some will continue to hang out with us even as the marine layer burns away. The rest of the day will be partly sunny with highs near 83°F, though if you’re on the coast the clouds will be a bit more stubborn and you might get less sunshine. As we get later into the day, temperatures will fall as humidity goes back up, and the clouds will be on deck to give us another marine layer morning. Lows will only sink to about 66°F.
What you need to know, currently.
Currently’s managing editor, Zaria Howell, launched their newsletter, “Warmly, Zaria,” a safe space to share experiences, questions and thoughts as we all navigate life amid this climate emergency.
“I’m launching Warmly, Zaria to use my expertise in the intersection of mental health and climate to respond to your questions and thoughts and to hopefully help us collectively navigate through these challenging times,” Zaria writes.
“And, nothing is off limits –– wondering about the ethics of having children during the climate emergency? Looking for ways to cope with your anxiety or depression? All questions will remain anonymous so feel free to ask your most burning questions.”