By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Temperatures reached into the triple digits on Friday in the San Fernando Valley.

High pressure and light winds contributed to the heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service through 8 p.m.

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The advisory covers inland Orange County, the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys, the San Gabriel and Santa Monica mountains, Malibu, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, metropolitan Los Angeles, Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills.

Woodland Hills reached 108 degrees on Friday, making it one of the hottest areas throughout Los Angeles County.

Temperatures reached 106 in Saugus, 105 in Chatsworth and Van Nuys, 104 in Pasadena and 101 in Burbank, Lancaster and Palmdale.

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The 93 degree high at Sandberg in the Antelope Valley broke the previous record of 91 degrees that was set in 2012.

Records for Oct. 2 were set in Palmdale and Sandberg and tied in Lancaster. The previous record for Palmdale was 100 in 2012.

In Orange County, Lake Forest was the hottest spot at 102 degrees.

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