Some parts of Southern California will have chances of rain on Memorial Day, but temperatures in the 90s and triple digits are expected later in the week.
Los Angeles and Orange Counties will have partly cloudy skies, along with highs in the low-70s and lows in the upper-50s.
The valleys and Inland Empire will have a 20 percent chance of rain and high temperatures in the mid-80s.
A 20 percent chance of showers is also expected for the beach communities, with high temps in the upper-60s.
Mountain communities may have morning rain with a high of 72 degrees and a low of 34 degrees.
The deserts will be warm with highs in the low-90s, and temperatures will be much hotter as they are expected to climb up to 100 degrees by Thursday.
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