SoCal deserts to see excessive heat Saturday, other communities will be moderate

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Saturday, June 15, 2024 2:11AM
SoCal deserts to see excessive heat Saturday
Desert communities will see dangerously hot temperatures on Saturday, though most of the rest of Southern California should be fairly comfortable through Father's Day weekend.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Desert communities will see dangerously hot temperatures on Saturday, though most of the rest of Southern California should be fairly comfortable through Father's Day weekend.

Los Angeles and Orange counties should see some clouds Saturday morning, followed by a high of 84 degrees by the afternoon. Temperatures will cool down just a bit on Sunday to 79.

The Inland Empire and valleys Saturday will get hot, reaching a high of 95.

The beaches Saturday will see clouds in the morning with a high of 72.

Mountain communities sit above the cloud cover and can expect a sunny, warm day, with temperatures hitting about 84 on Saturday and wind gusts of 40 mph.

Deserts will be sunny, hot and windy, hitting 98 on Saturday, with gusts up to 45mph. The high desert could see temperatures exceed 110 on Saturday.

An excessive heat watch is in place for desert communities starting Friday morning through Saturday evening.

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