Temperatures to maintain climbing throughout Southern California


After a sizzling holiday weekend on July 4th, temperatures in Southern California are expected to continue to rise.

The heat is expected to build up over the course of the week, with highs reaching triple digits in some parts this weekend.

The National Weather Service predicts excessive heat will be possible Friday through Sunday, with temperatures reaching highs of 100 to 112 degrees in the Antelope Valley and inland San Luis Obispo County.

The warming trend continues, with HOT conditions domestically Thursday through next Monday. Stay hydrated and avoid outdoor activities during the day whenever you can. Don’t leave people or pets in a parked car! #SoCal #CAwx pic.twitter.com/mVaZod6qNe

– NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) July 7, 2021

The region’s valleys and lower mountains can reach highs of 90 to 100 degrees, while temperatures in the coastal areas are expected in the mid-1970s to mid-1980s.

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