SoCal forecast: Temperatures warm up Wednesday with some regions in the 90s

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Parts of Southern California on Wednesday will continue to see morning clouds and afternoon sunshine, with warmer temperatures expected.

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Wednesday will start foggy, but some sunshine will emerge in the afternoon amid a high of 78. Temperatures are expected to be in the 70s for the rest of the week.

Valleys and Inland Empire on Wednesday will be hot. A high of 90 is on tap, dropping to 63 at night. Wednesday will drop to 88 degrees, with warm and breezy conditions expected.

Beaches on Wednesday will stay cool and there will be some clouds in the morning. There will also be some breeze, with temperatures hitting a high of 70 degrees.

Mountain communities on Wednesday will be mostly pleasant. Temperatures will reach 80 degrees and the region will be sunny.

Deserts will be hot on Wednesday as temperatures reach 97 in the afternoon, dropping to 60 at night. Gusty winds are expected.

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