Record-breaking heat hit Southern California on Thursday as the region prepared for a sweltering weekend marked by Santa Ana winds and extreme fire danger.
Triple-digit heat continued to scorch the Southland again Monday.
Enjoy the cooler temperatures Thursday before things heat up again.
Record-heat and dry conditions will persist in Southern California Thursday, officials said.
The warm weather is upon us. Look for temperatures into the 90s Monday with the off-shore flow taking hold. That also means high fire danger as well.
Extremely hot temperatures have arrived. Already it’s a warm start this Tuesday.
NEWPORT BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Temperatures in the 80s and 90s at Orange County beaches on Friday drew residents looking to cool off and escape the inland heat. “Redlands is really hot today,” said Rebecca Pedersen. […]
Warm temperatures and windy conditions prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag Warning Wednesday.
A Red Flag warning was in effect Monday indicating high fire danger across the region.
Red flag warnings are expected to go into effect on Monday for parts of the Southland as a result of a combination hot temperatures and low humidity.
Southern Californians are being warned to prepare for a heat wave that could bring an array of health complications over the Fourth of July weekend.