Southern California braces for another September heat wave, with temperatures reaching well into the 90s today, with temperatures expected to hover in the 100s through Thursday.
By the time the sun disappears completely on the night of August 27, temperatures in the region could soar well above 100 degrees.
The hot weather is the result of a ridge of high pressure that’s been in charge of the region for the past few days, producing lots of sunshine.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag weather outlook for Southern California, with Santa Ana winds forecasted to blow through the region today, but not a mandatory evacuation.
The high pressure ridging off the coast is expected to keep cool, and will produce sunshine all day today, but temperatures will rise to a high near 90 by Friday.
The weather service has issued a red flag weather outlook for the region, with an area of high pressure pushing through the region today, but not a mandatory evacuation.
We’re likely to see highs in the high 90s across most of North America, with highs in the upper 90s in Southern California on Wednesday, and a high of 100 in the San Gabriel Mountains.
There’s a good chance that the sun won’t set in Los Angeles County on Tuesday night.
The warm weather also isn’t going to put a damper on the already busy holiday shopping season, with California now ranked as one of the toughest markets for holiday decorations — particularly those with a red, white and blue theme.
Temperatures will rise to an all-time high above 90 degrees in the San Fernando Valley and above 100 in the mountains by Thursday night.
Temperatures will rise from the 80s in Los Angeles County on Wednesday, peaking in the 90s across the Los Angeles area on Thursday.
Temperatures will top out at 100 degrees across most of Southern California, with highs of 90 to 100 degrees in the San Gabriel Mountains.
Temperatures will warm to an all time high of 90 to 100 degrees in Los Angeles County on Wednesday, and to an all-time high for Thursday of 100 degrees in downtown Los Angeles.