An ongoing heat wave brought more triple-digit temperatures to parts of Southern California on Saturday.
The hot weather continues today and while there is little change from yesterday, temps might drop a degree or two. It will still be uncomfortable with high heat and high humidity.
It will be another hot and humid day across the Southland. Some monsoonal moisture is being pulled into the area. Expect some clouds to filter through the day.
Angelenos Sunday faced another day of record or near record temperatures amid an ongoing heat wave affecting several western states.
Six half-marathon runners have been hospitalized for heat-related illnesses as Southern California braced for another sizzling day.
Southern California residents are braced for sizzling temperatures following an excessive heat warning Thursday.
Get ready for the heat. Valley temperatures will approach 100 degrees Thursday. The heat wave will continue through the weekend and into Monday. Excessive heat warnings are in effect for most inland areas and some mountain communities. Expect sunny skies through the extended forecast.
The marine layer has pushed back to the coast and we will see more sunshine today with warmer temperatures. But the real warm up begins tomorrow and lasts through the beginning of next week. Near record breaking heat for valleys.
A cold front has swept through the west coast and some of the marine layer has scoured out a bit. There are still some low clouds that will clear out. Highs will be a little warmer than yesterday, but by tomorrow we start a significant warm up that will last into next week.
A study has found California heat waves are progressively becoming more humid, with elevated nighttime temperatures and are becoming stronger in populous coastal areas.
We are anticipating the beginning of a cool down for the next few days.
Police are warning Westside residents Tuesday about a series of burglaries they believe are tied to the heat wave.
The air conditioning went out at the San Bernardino Unified School District headquarters and at two schools, prompting officials and students to head home early.
Consumers are encouraged to reduce their energy use, especially between the hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
From “skinny water” to “coconut water” to “vitamin water,” it’s easy to get confused by all the specialty waters out there, especially when people are struggling to stay hydrated in this heat wave.