Today’s First Alert Forecast – NBC Southern California

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We’re in for a hot weekend in Southern California. A heat advisory remains in effect for the valleys and Inland Empire through Monday evening.

The same area of high pressure causing the heat is also dragging in monsoon moisture into the mountains. There’s a 20% chance of storms in that area this afternoon.

A shallow marine layer returns overnight for the coast but clears quickly. Sunday will be another sizzling day with similar temperatures as Saturday.

The relief from the heat doesn’t arrive until the middle of next week.

SATURDAY’S FORECAST

LOS ANGELES: Sunny and warm. Afternoon highs from 85 to 90 degrees.

COAST: Patchy fog then sunny and mild. Afternoon highs from 75 to 80 degrees.

VALLEYS: Heat advisory in effect. Afternoon highs from 95 to 100 degrees.

INLAND: Afternoon highs from 100 to 105 degrees.

MOUNTAINS: Afternoon highs from 78 to 82 degrees.

HIGH DESERT: Afternoon highs from 104 to 108 degrees.

Belen De Leon

NBC 4 Meteorologist

818-684-4031

100 Universal City Plaza, Bldg. 2120

Universal City, CA 91608

 



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