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Meteorologist — KTLA
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meteorologist for @KTLA 5 6, 10, 11PM news

Surviving Disaster: Expert Offers Tips for Surviving a House Fire — From house fires to wildfires, the spark can start anywhere and flare up into a dangerous situation in a matter of seconds. Vera Jimenez reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014.

Tuesday Forecast: Morning Clouds, Possible Drizzle — A low pressure system is bringing some morning clouds and possible drizzle to parts of Southern California on Tuesday. Vera Jimenez has KTLA's forecast on Aug. 19, 2014.

Friday Forecast: High Pressure Brings Weekend Warming — Building high pressure should bring warmer temperatures to Southern California this weekend. Vera Jimenez has KTLA's forecast for Friday, Aug. 15, 2014.

Thursday Forecast: Mild Temps, Sunshine After A.M. Clouds — Mild temperatures continue Thursday as we look for mostly sunny skies once the morning clouds burn off. Vera Jimenez has KTLA's forecast on Aug. 14, 2014.

Wednesday Forecast: Mostly Clear, Slight Chance of Inland T-Storms — Mostly sunny afternoon skies are expected for most of Southern California on Wednesday with a slight chance of thunderstorms inland. Vera Jimenez has KTLA's forecast on Aug. 13, 2014.

Monday Forecast: Mild Temps, Chance of T-Storms Inland — Mild temperatures are expected Monday most of Southern California, but there is a chance of thunderstorms in the mountain and desert areas. Vera Jimenez has KTLA's forecast on Aug. 11, 2014. ...

El Niño Update … — As in all things weather related, there is still a bit of uncertainty as to whether we will be experiencing an El Niño year or not or if so how strong it will be. However, based on water temperature averages in the Pacific from February to April

Solspot Surf Report — Friday will be a great beach day with some playful S swell, warm beach temps, and finally a little break in the gusty winds. Look for clean conditions for most areas and still a little offshore flow, but nothing like we have had the last couple of

A Quick Look … | KTLA 5 — Showers are expected to push southeast across the area tonight through Wednesday along with gusty southwest winds. Gusts could reach 35 to 40 mph over the mountains and the Antelope Valley. Showers will bring 0.25 to 0.75 of an inch of rain to most areas tonight through Wednesday afternoon, although the precipitation will be more hit and miss with this second wave of showers.

April Showers, Bring May Flowers … — April Showers, Bring May Flowers ... A cool and unsettled weather pattern will affect the region through Wednesday. An upper low pressure system will drop into the northern California waters on Monday, and slowly move southeast across the area through Wednesday.
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