LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Saturday will again see sunny skies and hot temperatures.
Conditions will remain relatively humid and thunderstorms are expected to return in deserts and mountains.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will be hot and sunny Saturday, reaching a high temperature of 89 degrees. Similar conditions are on tap Sunday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will hit a high of 101 on Saturday. The hot temperatures continue Sunday when a high of 101 is also expected.
Beaches on Saturday will be warm, with temperatures hitting 80 degrees and surf from hurricane swells in the 2-5 foot range.
Mountains will be sunny with a high of 78 on Saturday, with a 40% chance of thunderstorms. On Sunday, the chance of thunderstorms drops to 20%.
Deserts will hit 102 on Saturday with a chance of flash flooding in the afternoon. The region will remain hot Sunday, and there will be a 20% chance of thunderstorms.
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