Now This is What Summer's All About - NBC Southern California

Now This is What Summer's All About



    Be the Toast of the Breeders’ Cup
    That's cool, dog.

    Temperatures are forecast to climb above 100 in some parts of the Southland Monday, but the hot-weather spike is nothing unusual at this time of the year, forecasters said.

    The heat -- forecasters do not regard it as a heat wave -- is the product of a ridge of high pressure over desert regions of the southwest, said National Weather Service meteorologist Rich Thompson.

    "This is typical high summer weather," he said.

    The NWS forecast highs today of 76 in Newport Beach; 78 in Avalon; 79 at LAX; 89 in Long Beach and downtown Los Angeles; 90 in Anaheim; 91 on Mount Wilson; 94 in San Gabriel; 95 in Burbank; 97 in Pasadena; 102 in Woodland Hills, Newhall, Palmdale and Lancaster.

    Fire Danger Rises

    [LA] Fire Danger Rises
    Fire crews are keeping an eye on the Angeles National Forest as the fire alert level goes from "High" to "Very High."
    (Published Monday, July 13, 2009)

    Highs are expected to dip somewhat Tuesday and Wednesday before climbing again to roughly Monday's levels on Thursday.