LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Valley areas could see triple-digit temperatures for a third day in a row as a heat wave continues to bake Southern California.

“Very hot weather is expected across the mountains and interior areas of southwest California through Thursday, with the potential for heat-related (health) impacts,” a National Weather Service statement said.

Highs in the low 100s were expected in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys Wednesday while the San Gabriel Valley and the San Gabriel Mountains were expected to experience temperatures in the high 90s.

The NWS forecast a mix of sunny and partly cloudy skies in Los Angeles County Wednesday and highs of 75 in Avalon; 76 at LAX; 84 in Long Beach; 86 in downtown L.A.; 92 in Burbank; 96 in San Gabriel; 97 in Pasadena; 98 on Mount Wilson; 100 in Woodland Hills; 101 in Saugus; and 106 in Palmdale and Lancaster.

Read more at CBSLA.com.


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