LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Wednesday may be the first day of fall, but Southern California will usher in the season with sunny skies and summer-like temperatures that have prompted heat advisories for much of the region.
Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect some fog in the morning Wednesday, with temperatures reaching 90 degrees by the afternoon. Temperatures will drop over the next several days, reaching the upper 70s by the weekend.
Valleys and the Inland Empire will see temperatures around 100 degrees Wednesday, reaching 105 in some areas. The area will cool to the 80s by the weekend.
Desert temperatures will hit 98 on Wednesday with winds gusting up to 35 mph.
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SoCal weather: Heat advisories issued for most of region on first day of fall
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