Southern California forecast Wednesday

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Southern California will be warm and sunny Wednesday, but some mountain communities may see thunderstorms and flash flooding.

Southern California will be warm and sunny Wednesday, but some mountain communities may see thunderstorms and flash flooding.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see a few clouds Wednesday morning, warming up to a high of 85.

There will be dangerous surf conditions along south-facing beaches in Orange County and some Los Angeles County beaches beginning Wednesday night.

A "beach hazards statement" is scheduled to go into effect and will last through Friday as surfers can expect waves of about 4-6 feet.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be sunny, reaching a high of 93.

Beaches will see a few clouds in the morning, with 2-3 foot surf and a high of 78.

Mountains will be mostly sunny, but will face a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms, which could lead to flash flooding especially in burn areas. The high will be 76.

Deserts will be sunny and warm, hitting a high of 100 degrees and staying there all week.

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