The sun will bake the Southland again Monday, creating an “elevated fire danger,” according to the National Weather Service.
Still nice today 70s and 80s …well above average. Cooling trend begins tomorrow with some more clouds. By Friday back to average temperatures with a chance for wet weather over the weekend.
Still quite hot today with temperatures into the 100s inland and upper 80s to 90 in the coastal plain. A cooling trend is on tap for the rest of the week. Expect below average temps by Saturday and Sunday.
An off-shore flow and high pressure will mean temperatures could reach the 90s and 100 for the coastal plan and the valleys as well.
Not quite as warm today as a cut-off low moves into the Great Basin, encouraging an on-shore flow and cooler temperatures Tuesday.
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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 been scorching the Southland is starting to recede slightly to the east. However, it is still going to be a very hot day across the region.
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A heatwave with temperatures topping 100 degrees or more is headed for the valley regions of Southern California on Tuesday.
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