Southern California weather forecast for Sunday

Another heat wave will bring 100-degree temperatures on Sunday, along with high-surf advisories.
The heat wave returns to Southern California on Sunday, bringing triple-digit temperature and heat advisories for many areas at least through Wednesday.

A heat advisory is in place for the Inland Empire until Wednesday at 8 p.m. and high surf advisories are in for the Orange County coastline until Sunday night.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see warming temperatures over the next few days, reaching 88 on Sunday and 90 on Monday.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see the return of triple digit temperatures through Wednesday, with unhealthy air quality on Sunday.

The beaches will see 80 degrees on Sunday and Monday, with the likely return of high surf and rough seas.

Mountain communities will see 86 degrees and unhealthy air quality on Sunday, with a slight chance of rain starting late Monday.

The high desert will see triple-digit temps all week, starting with 107 on Sunday and up to 108 on Monday and Tuesday.

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