LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Cool weather and scattered showers will linger across Southern California on Sunday before a bout of heat settles across the region.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a 20% chance of light rain in the early morning hours with a high of 67. Then things will start heating up with potentially record-breaking temperatures climbing into the mid-80s by Wednesday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will see a high of 67 after rain moves out of the region by Sunday morning.
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