Excessive heat warning issued for desert communities as SoCal expecting hot weekend

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Saturday, July 20, 2024 3:57AM
SoCal in store for hot weekend, with triple digits in the deserts
An excessive heat warning has been issued for inland and desert communities of Southern California as we can expect to see triple-digit temperatures through the weekend.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- An excessive heat warning has been issued for inland and desert communities of Southern California as we can expect triple-digit temperatures into next week.

The warning lasts until Wednesday night, primarily impacting desert communities from Antelope Valley out to Victorville and Twentynine Palms.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see sunny, hot conditions, with a high of 90 on Saturday and 88 on Sunday.

The valleys and the Inland Empire will see a high of 100 on Saturday, staying just under triple digits on Sunday.

At the beaches, morning clouds will give way to sunshine and a high of 77 degrees by the afternoon, with similar conditions on Sunday.

Mountains will be sunny and hot with a high of 88 on Saturday. Similar conditions are on tap on Sunday.

Desert communities will see a high around 107 over the weekend. Palm Springs on Saturday could get as hot as 117 degrees.

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