SoCal will feel even more heat on Tuesday, but here's when it'll start to cool down

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Tuesday, September 27, 2022 4:05PM
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The heat is on in Southern California as high temperatures and heat advisories are expected to last until Wednesday.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The heat is on in Southern California as high temperatures and heat advisories are expected to last until Wednesday.

After that, a cooling trend is going to move into the region, continuing into next weekend.

On Tuesday, Los Angeles and Orange counties will be under a heat warning and the region should see temperatures reaching about 92 degrees. Similar conditions are on tap for Wednesday.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be hot with a high of 103 on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Beaches on Tuesday will be sunny, with a high of 84 and 2-4 foot surf.

Mountain communities will be mostly sunny with a high of 79 during the day and drop to 49 at night. Similar conditions are on tap for Wednesday and Thursday with a slight chance of some showers.

Deserts will see temperatures hitting the triple digits on Tuesday, but they'll start to cool down by the weekend.

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