Excessive heat continues in SoCal, with no relief until the weekend

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Tuesday, July 23, 2024 3:49PM
Excessive heat continues in SoCal, with no relief until the weekend
An excessive heat warning has been extended for inland and desert communities of Southern California as we can expect to see triple-digit temperatures all week.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will continue to see hot temperatures on Tuesday, with some inland communities stretching well into the triple digits.

An excessive heat warning was in place until Thursday night, primarily impacting desert communities in northern Los Angeles County and out to the Inland Empire.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Tuesday will see a high of 90, with similar conditions until the weekend brings some relief.

The valleys and the Inland Empire will see an average high of 98 on Tuesday but some communities could get as hot as 105.

At the beaches on Tuesday, morning fog will give way to sunshine and a high of 77 degrees by the afternoon.

Mountains will be sunny and hot with a high of 84 Tuesday, with a 30% chance of thunderstorms.

Desert communities will see a high of 109 with a 10% chance of thunderstorms. Palm Springs could get up to 113.

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