Southern California weather: Hot temperatures expected all week

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A heat wave is hitting California this week with inland and desert communities seeing a streak of triple-digit temperatures.

An excessive heat watch has been issued for much of the region starting Tuesday morning and lasting until Wednesday night.

On Monday Los Angeles and Orange counties will see some morning fog and temperatures will then climb to about 87 by the afternoon. The temperatures will climb to the mid-90s on Tuesday and Wednesday, then stay in the mid-to-upper 80s through the weekend.

The valleys and Inland Empire will be hot and breezy, hitting 100 on Monday and staying in the triple digits all week.

Palm Springs could hit 120 degrees by Friday.

Beaches will also be relatively warm, staying in the 80s for most of the week.

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