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Desert Heat Wave Could See Temperatures Reach 118 Degrees

15 Juin 2017

Temperatures in San Diego County's deserts could climb past the 115-degree mark in the coming days as a heat wave grips the region.

National Weather Service meteorologist Tom Fisher told LAist that the highs for Friday and Saturday will be in the low 90s inland, with parts of the west San Fernando Valley expected to get even hotter (Woodland Hills could see temperatures up to a 100°).

Temperatures of this magnitude occur once or twice a year on average, the weather service said, adding that it will be significantly warmer than it has been so far this summer and that the high temperatures are occurring earlier than typical.

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Dangerously hot temperatures are expected Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week as late-afternoon Valley temperatures peak in the upper one-teens.

However, the heat wave has the potential to extend through the end of next week, according to the NWS. Drink plenty of fluids.stay in an air-conditioned room if possible.stay out of the sun.and check up on relatives and neighbors.Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside.

The service issued two severe thunderstorm warnings for north-central Fairfield County and northwestern New Haven County as storms tracked east from New Fairfield to Bethel to Naugatuck and Redding.

Desert Heat Wave Could See Temperatures Reach 118 Degrees