This weekend, much of Southern California will experience scorching temperatures thanks to a high pressure system that is currently developing in the middle of the nation and moving west.
However, meteorologists do not anticipate any heat records to be broken.
Mark Moede, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in San Diego, which serves the counties of Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside, predicted that it would be hot but not record-breaking hot.
According to John Dumas, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard, which serves Los Angeles County, temperatures will start to warm up on Thursday and will peak on Sunday.
According to Dumas, Woodland Hills in LA County will likely reach 87 degrees on Wednesday but will reach a high of 99 degrees by Sunday. But he pointed out that the current record is 110 degrees.
Dumas said, “We are not forecasting any record highs. “It has been surprisingly cool. This summer has been fortunate for us so far.
Residents near the coast will stay cool thanks to the onshore flow. It will be warmer the further inland you are, he added.
elevated temperatures Inland areas will experience temperatures in the 90s on Wednesday, according to Dumas. He predicted that Pasadena will reach a high of 92 by Sunday and San Gabriel, 91.
The NWS predicts that Laguna Beach will reach the mid-70s by Sunday, while Long Beach will remain in the mid- to high-70s all week. The onshore flow in action.
According to Moede, Anaheim, where a high of 79 is predicted for Wednesday, will experience a high of 89 on Saturday and Sunday.
According to him, San Bernardino will experience a high of 90 on Wednesday. San Bernardino may hit 99 by Saturday and 101 on Sunday.
According to him, Riverside will also warm up, going from 87 degrees on Wednesday to 98 on Sunday.
The temperature will start to fall by a few degrees by next week.