In mountain and desert communities, there may be rain showers and storms on Wednesdays. In Southern California, the temperature continues to rise.
The returning sea layer is cooling the coastal areas, but temperatures in the 1980s and 1990s are expected in some valley areas. Three-digit heat is expected in desert areas where drought and wind increase the risk of fire.
Monsoon moisture creates the potential for isolated thunderstorms in the mountains of Los Angeles County and Antelope Valley on Wednesday afternoon.
In response to expectations, the Los Angeles County Public Health Service has extended heat alerts through Friday through Tuesday in Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, western San Fernando Valley and eastern San Gabriel Valley.
Authorities urged residents to continue to drink water, wear sunscreen and light clothing, and be aware of symptoms of heat stroke such as increased body temperature, vomiting, and light / sticky skin. Health authorities have also urged people to look for potentially high-risk people, such as: B. according to sick, elderly, pregnant or living alone.
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