The week-long Southern California heat wave has triggered another Flex Alert, asking consumers to conserve electricity between the hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Inland and valley areas will bake in triple-digit heat Sunday as the Southland’s heat wave enters its seventh day.
Temperatures soared as Southern California entered its sixth day of a continuing heat wave that strained energy supplies and sent thousands to beaches and shopping malls in search of cooler climes.
A local woman has died after being found near her wheelchair and authorities believe she may have died due to extreme heat.
Officials canceled a statewide Flex alert issued for the weekend , however it will remain in effect through Friday.
A statewide Flex alert asking Californians to conserve power has been issued for the weekend between the hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., in the midst of a brutal heat wave.
Boyle Heights residents who don’t have air conditioning are offering tips to keep cool during this week’s heat wave.
After weeks of mild summertime temperatures, Southern Californians sweltered Tuesday in a heat wave expected to last for days and bring record temperatures to the region.
The high pressure that has dominated our forecast for the past several days continues to be relentless for our desert and valley cities.
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.
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As Southern California heads into a heat wave, the state Department of Forestry and Fire protection has suspended all burning permits on state-responsibility lands in San Bernardino County because of extreme potential for wildfires.
While much of the nation is sweltering in heat typical of the worst of summer, Southern California is unusually cool for this time of year.
It’s a little cooler today, but temperatures are still well above average.