After a week of autumn-like temperatures in the Southland, summer is making a brief comeback with a chance of record heat in some areas.
An upper-level, high-pressure system flowing into Los Angeles from the northeast combined with an offshore flow is expected to negate the Pacific Ocean's cooling effect.
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Temperatures at the beach could reach 90.
The record high for Oct. 12 in Los Angeles was set in 1950 with a temperature of 99 degrees.
The heat is expected to continue into Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
"Slight cooling is expected on Friday as the high-pressure system begins to weaken, with additional cooling anticipated over the weekend," according to the NWS.