Forecasters say a high-pressure system moving in Thursday will bring hot, dry conditions along with gusty winds to greater Los Angeles.
Firefighters across the southland are bracing for an increase in heat-related emergency calls and escalated fire danger as already-hot temperatures are expected to get even hotter.
Southland residents will feel a sudden urge for ice cream and all things cool as the heat wave carries on into Tuesday.
The recent heat wave was a blooming catastrophe for Southern California’s poppy reserve.
Temperatures will hover in the upper 80s and low 90s once again Monday.
High pressure combined with an off-shore flow will bring temperatures well into the 90s for many locations. There could be record breakers Friday and Saturday.
A heat wave gripping the Southland Friday could possibly produce record-breaking temperatures throughout the weekend.
Warm, dry and sunny conditions expected Thursday with possible record-breaking heat to continue over the weekend.
Temperatures climbed into the triple digits in some parts of Southern California on Sunday, as swaths of the state baked in another day of unusually hot fall weather.
There are several heat advisories and warnings in place Friday through the weekend.
A heat advisory was in effect Friday for the Valleys and Basin as sweltering temperatures and Santa Ana winds make for extreme fire danger in the region.
With the summer heat continuing into the fall, the folks over at Raging Waters San Dimas are offering Southland residents solace by keeping the park open an extra weekend.
Expect very warm temperatures for valleys and the basin Thursday afternoon.
Get ready for some very warm days ahead here in Southern California. Wednesday will be the last day in the 80s until Sunday or maybe Monday.
A bear family took a leisurely stroll Sunday morning through Duarte, much to the alarm of residents.