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No Relief From the Heat, Even at the Beach

Expect more hot and dry weather Wednesday across Southern California. Temperatures won't drop until Friday

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    AM Web Weather (Published Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011)

    The beach is usually the place go when temperatures in the valley and inland areas climb into the triple digits.

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    Not on Wednesday, the second day of a three-day run of sizzling temperatures.

    Temperatures are forecast to be above normal throughout the region, including beach communities. Expect temperatures in the 80s and low-90s along the coast.

    Newport Beach is a cool spot. Temperatures are forecast to reach the low-80s Wednesday.

    In downtown LA, Wednesday's high might reach 99 degrees. Highs in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys might reach 107 degrees.

    Other highs foreast for Wednesday: Newport Beach, 80; Avalon, 83; LAX, 96; Anaheim, 96; Long Beach,  97; Palmdale, 101; Pasadena, 103; Lancaster, 103; Burbank, 104; Woodland Hills, 107.

    Expect more of the same Thursday. A drop in temperatures might come Friday, when a dropoff of 15 degrees is forecast for downtown LA. 

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