LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The heat wave is gone but most of Southern California will stay warm over the next several days while mountain areas could see some thunderstorms Tuesday.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see some morning fog on Tuesday followed by a high of 79 degrees by the afternoon. Conditions will remain similar for several days, then warm up a few degrees by the weekend.
The valleys and Inland Empire will see a high of 91 on Tuesday, followed by several days of temperatures in the high 80s before they creep back into the 90s by Saturday.
Desert communities will remain hot with temperatures in the upper 90s, with triple digits on tap for the weekend.
Deserts and mountain communities, such as the Big Bear Lake area, could see some isolated thunderstorms by Tuesday afternoon.
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SoCal weather: Heat wave mostly dissipated, morning clouds and warm temps on tap Tuesday
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