SoCal Broils Under Record-Breaking Thanksgiving Heat WaveDowntown L.A., LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Woodland Hills, Camarillo, Sandberg and Oxnard are among the cities that set new heat records Wednesday.
Heat Wave Lets Up, But Wildfire Danger Still High Temperatures dropped a few degrees Wednesday, but Southern California will still be hot, dry, windy and at high risk for wildfire.
1909 Record Among Several Broken In Second Day Of Heat WaveSouthern California will bake again Tuesday, with no relief from the heat even at the coasts – Ventura is expected to hit 103, while Long Beach will roast under triple digits for a second day in a row.
Firefighters On Alert Due To Anticipated Santa Ana Winds, High TemperaturesThe anticipated Santa Ana winds coupled with the potential for record heat this week have firefighters on high alert Sunday.
106 Degrees: San Francisco Breaks All-Time Heat RecordDowntown San Francisco reached 95 degrees at noon, which broke the daily record high of 90 degrees.
Southern California Continues To Broil Under Extreme Heat, LightningOn the third day of triple-digit heat, and a second straight day of widespread power outages, forecasters now say that heat wave roasting Southern California will probably last longer than expected.
No Relief: More Record-Breaking Temps Blanket The SouthlandA Flex Alert was issued for 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Southland Residents Cope With Late Summer Heat WaveHow are people in Woodland Hills coping with the Southern California late summer heat wave?
Heat Wave To Peak Monday, But Triple-Digit Temps Here To StayTriple-digit temperatures, an elevated wildfire risk and threats to public health will linger all week starting Monday as a dangerous heat wave sweeps through Southern California.
It’s Back: Scorching Heat Returns To SoCal This WeekendA heat wave is expected to grip the region well into next week.
High Humidity Keeps Valley Sizzling SundayThe weekend heat wave continued into Sunday across the San Fernando Valley.
Record-Breaking Temps Hit LA As Heat Wave PeaksAn excessive heat warning was extended through at least 11 p.m. Saturday.

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