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Hot weather set to hit Southern California this weekend

Temperatures are expected to warm – but not break records – in Southern California this weekend, the National Weather Service said.

Lisa Phillips, a weather service meteorologist in Oxnard, said no temperature advice would be issued this weekend.

“At this time of year, the temperature isn’t that far off from the climate,” says Phillips.

Temperatures will begin to heat up Friday and stay there through the next week, according to the Los Angeles County coverage weather service. Most areas west of Mississippi should prepare for this heat wave.

Southern California will have its hottest temperatures of the week on Saturday and Sunday, Phillips said.

Downtown Los Angeles will hit a record high of 84 degrees on Sunday, 2 degrees above normal, according to the weather agency. The rest of the week will be at 80s lows.

Sea breezes and inshore currents are expected to keep the coast relatively cool and at higher temperatures than other regions.

The San Fernando, Antelope and Santa Clarita valleys are expected to hit triple digits. The San Fernando Valley will have slightly higher temperatures, about 8 degrees above normal.

“Some valleys are a bit warmer but overall the sea breeze will keep the downtown area a bit cooler,” says Phillips.

Temperatures in the San Fernando Valley will peak Sunday at 100 degrees. The Inland Empire will also see temperatures peaking at 100 degrees on Sunday and Monday. The Antelope Valley will have higher temperatures, with a peak of 103 degrees.

According to Phillips, residents can expect temperatures this weekend to be similar to those over the weekend of July 4.

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-07-07/hot-steady-temperatures-set-to-hit-southern-california-this-weekend Hot weather set to hit Southern California this weekend

Edmund DeMarche

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