LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see increased risk of fire with hot temperatures and Santa Ana winds on Tuesday.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see hot, dry conditions with winds through the canyons and a high of 95. Temperatures will stay in the 90s until Saturday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will also see a hot day with Santa Ana winds and a high of 101. A heat advisory is in effect for Tuesday, and temperatures will stay over the 100-degree mark until the weekend.
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SoCal weather: First heat wave of fall 2020 brings dangerously hot, windy conditions
Southern California will see increased risk of fire with hot temperatures and Santa Ana winds on Tuesday.
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