Southern California could see record-breaking high temperatures this weekend while the rest of the country shivers.
Warm, dry and sunny conditions expected Thursday with possible record-breaking heat to continue over the weekend.
The L.A. Marathon will start 30 minutes earlier this weekend because the forecast is calling for record high temperatures.
Less than a week ago, it was snowing throughout much of Southern California. On Tuesday, people needed sunblock.
A judge will rule in February whether there is enough evidence for the suspect to go to trial.
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.
Kazzie Hill drove for eight hours to Dodger Stadium from San Francisco Friday morning.
It may technically be fall, but with a summer-like heat wave in the Southland, Raging Waters San Dimas will stay open one last weekend in a move that park officials say is unprecedented.
A red flag warning has been issued for parts of the Southland Thursday due to high temperatures, low humidity and windy conditions.
“I was cutting grass here, I feel dizzy a little bit, so I stand over by the car here,” Willy G. recalled.
We’ve been experiencing dangerously hot weather.
The woman is still having trouble communicating and reportedly does not know her name.
Utility crews continue to work Wednesday to restore power to about 2,100 customers throughout Los Angeles County.
High temperatures were expected again Wednesday as a heat wave blankets the Southland for the seventh straight day, though the heat might back off just a bit.
“Before you hit the hill, you are sweating profusely. Then you start adding the hills and the hiking and all the gear that we carry and dehydration becomes a big factor,” Captain Todd Downing says.