Triple-digit heat continued to scorch the Southland again Monday.
The last week of summer is bringing the hottest temperatures of the season to the Southland.
Drivers also are urged to never leave children, the elderly or pets in a parked vehicle even for a short period of time.
Angelenos Sunday faced another day of record or near record temperatures amid an ongoing heat wave affecting several western states.
Southern California experienced another day of oppressive triple-digit temperatures as part of a weekend heat wave plaguing several western states.
The weathermen, and women, all said it would be hot Friday.
Inland and valley areas will bake in triple-digit heat Sunday as the Southland’s heat wave enters its seventh day.
Cooling centers are available in the Southland to help residents cope with the excessive heat.
As the summer heat wave reaches the Southland, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties are providing relief for the elderly and those who face heat related health issues.
Cooling centers will be open across the Southland Thursday to help residents cope with excessive heat.
For many people in Southern California, it’s just not as cool as it used to be — and one climatologist says it has nothing to do with “global warming”.
The county health department has provided a list of cooling centers at local libraries and community facilities to help residents cope with rising temperatures Monday.
Southern California’s heat wave is expected to stick around, bringing with it humidity and triple-digit temperatures.
The National Weather Service has declared an excessive heat watch for much of the Southland.
Cooling centers will again be open across the Southland Friday to help residents cope with triple-digit temperatures.