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A look at this week's forecast with NBC4 forecaster Elita Loresca.
Southern California is warming up with triple digits in Woodland Hills and parts of the Inland Empire.
The Inland Empire should be mostly dry with temperatures in the mid-90s throughout the week, to upper 90s by Sunday.
Triple digits will strike in the desert areas of the Inland Empire Monday, along with 20 percent chance of thunderstorms. The odds of thunderstorms should decrease as the weekend gets closer.
To save money and conserve energy during the heat, Southern California Edison offered tips to residents as the temperatures rise.
"SCE recommends that customers set their thermostats no lower than 78 degrees, use electric fans instead of air conditioning when practical...," Darryl Ryan, SCE spokesman, said in an email to NBC4.
Temperatures should be a little cooler in the Inland Orange County areas with upper 70s to low 80s throughout the week, as well as low 80s in the Downtown Los Angeles area.
There is a mixed south and west swell, creating one- to three-foot sets along the LA and Orange County coasts, according to NBC4 forecaster Elita Loresca.
A high tide is suspected around 7:55 p.m. Monday.
Temperatures should remain in the mid-70s along the cost.