Triple-Digit Temperatures, Then a Mid-Week Break From Heat

Below-normal temperatures are in the forecast for later this week, but not before one more day of triple-digit readings

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    Here's a look at today's weather forecast. Expect another day of hot weather before a mid-week cool-down that might include below-normal temperatures. Watch the forecast with NBC4's Elita Loresca. (Published Tuesday, Oct 2, 2012)

    Temperatures will soar again Tuesday before a mid-week break from heat that prompted a red flag warning in the Santa Clarita Valley and Southern California mountain areas.

    How are you staying cool? Send your weather photos to isee@nbcla.com.

    A record high of 99 was set Monday in Lancaster as October opened with a summer-like blast of heat. Expect another day of hot and dry conditions Tuesday as a red flag warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. for the Santa Clarita Valley, Angeles National Forest and Los Padres National Forest.

    Late Monday, a brush fire burned about 10 acres near Lopez Canyon Road in the Sylmar area.

    Triple-digit readings are likely in areas under a red flag warning. Winds will reach 25 to 30 mph.

    "Temperatures are going to climb around noon," said NBC4 forecaster Elita Loresca. "We're in the 90s today for one more day in downtown Los Angeles, but you can expect those temperatures to be in the 80s tomorrow."

    Forecast High Temperatures

    Newport Beach - 79
    Avalon -- 81
    LAX -- 86
    Mount Wilson --87
    Downtown LA -- 94
    Long Beach -- 96
    Palmdale and Lancaster -- 98
    Anaheim -- 99
    San Gabriel -- 100
    Burbank -- 102
    Pasadena -- 103
    Woodland Hills -- 105

    Temperatures will drop Wednesday and might fall to below normal by Friday.

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