Hot temperatures, sunshine remain in SoCal Wednesday ahead of weekend cooldown

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Wednesday, September 28, 2022 3:33PM
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Southern California on Wednesday will continue to see hot temperatures as heat advisories and warnings are in effect for another day.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California on Wednesday will continue to see hot temperatures as heat advisories and warnings are in effect for another day.

Some relief from the heat is in near, with a cooling trend set to move into the region for the weekend.

Los Angeles and Orange counties Wednesday will reach a high of 90 amid sunny conditions. Temperatures start to gradually drop Thursday and the region is expected to be in the upper 70s during the weekend.

The valleys and Inland Empire Wednesday will be hot, with a high of 104 expected. Thursday will reach 97 degrees, but temperatures drop into the upper 80s Saturday and Sunday.

Beaches on Wednesday will be sunny, with a high of 80 and 2-4 foot surf.

There's a slight chance of thunderstorms for mountain communities Wednesday amid a high of 76.

Deserts will see temperatures hit 100 on Wednesday, but conditions start to cool down by the weekend.

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