Triple-digit heat coming to some Southern California communities

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Triple-digit heat coming to some Southern California communities

by City News Service

LOS ANGELES — LA County temperatures will reach triple-digit territory in some valley areas Wednesday on what is expected to be the hottest day of the week.

The National Weather Service forecast sunny skies everywhere in LA County Wednesday and highs of 76 degrees at LAX and in Avalon and Torrance; 78 in San Pedro; 84 on Mount Wilson; 86 in Long Beach and downtown LA; 90 in San Gabriel; 92 in Burbank, North Hollywood, Whittier and West Covina; 93 in Studio City; 94 in Pasadena, Sherman Oaks and Van Nuys; 98 in Northridge, Granada Hills, Chatsworth and Winnetka; 99 in Santa Clarita; and 101 in Woodland Hills, Canoga Park, Palmdale and Lancaster. Temperatures will fall slightly Thursday in most communities but revert to triple digits in the Antelope Valley Saturday and Sunday while remaining in the high 90s in other valley areas.

Sunny skies were also forecast in Orange County Wednesday, along with highs of 73 in San Clemente; 74 in Newport Beach; 75 in Laguna Beach; 82 on Santiago Peak; 85 in Santa Ana; 88 in Irvine, Fullerton and on Ortega Highway at 2,600 feet; 89 in Anaheim; 90 in Mission Viejo and Yorba Linda; and 92 in Fremont Canyon and Trabuco Canyon. Temperatures will stay about the same or fall slightly over the next several days.

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