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    Weekend temperatures in Southern California could be 20 degrees above normal

    Weekend temperatures in Southern California could be 20 degrees above normal

    By City News Service
    POSTED: 03/12/15, 6:53 AM PDT | UPDATED: 1 MIN AGO

    LOS ANGELES — A warming trend began in the Southland today amid strong winds, and National Weather Service forecasters said it will produce record-breaking heat this weekend — possibly 20 degrees above normal.

    Daytime highs Saturday and Sunday will range from the 80s to lower 90s at the coast and from the mid 80s to mid 90s in the valleys and foothills, they said, blaming a ridge of high pressure.


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    NWS forecasters also said winds of between 15 and 30 miles per hour were sweeping both the San Gabriel and Santa Monica mountains this morning and producing gusts of around 45 mph, with 55-mph gusts expected on the highest peaks along the Interstate 5 corridor in the San Gabriels.


    Interstate 5 and the Antelope Valley (14) Freeway are among the highways expected to be affected by the wind in Los Angeles County, they said. The NWS issued a wind advisory for the mountains. It was set to expire at noon.


    NWS forecasters urged residents and visitors to avoid heat stress, including by scheduling outdoor activities in the morning or evening to avoid the day’s strongest heat, wearing light clothing if engaging in strenuous activities, and staying hydrated.


    Also forcefully recommended: “Never, ever leave children, pets or the elderly alone in the car.”


    The weather service expressed concern for people who’ll take part in Sunday’s L.A. Marathon, saying they need to be aware of the potential for serious heat-related problems.


    The marathon’s organizers also appear concerned by the heat.

    The entire field will start at Dodger Stadium at 6:55 a.m., 30 minutes earlier than originally scheduled in an effort to beat the heat.


    Other steps will be taken to better ensure runner safety. The race will have wave starts to ensure proper runner spacing and enable more efficient replenishment of supplies at aid stations. Additional water and Gatorade Endurance Formula will be provided at all 24 aid stations.


    “Cooling buses” will be stationed along the course and at the finish line; misting stations, cold towels and ice will be provided


    Sunday’s high in metropolitan Los Angeles, an area that takes in the marathon course, is forecast to be 89, compared to 75 Wednesday and 84 today.


    The NWS forecast sunny skies today and highs of 74 on Mount Wilson, in Avalon and San Clemente; 75 in Palmdale; 76 in Lancaster; 80 at LAX; 81 in Laguna Beach and Saugus; 82 in Newport Beach; 84 in Burbank, Long Beach and downtown L.A; 85 in Pasadena, San Gabriel and Mission Viejo; 86 in Woodland Hills; and 87 in Yorba Linda, Fullerton, Anaheim and Irvine.


    Highs are expected to rise by a few degrees Friday and again Saturday and begin a slow decline Sunday, with a cooling trend starting only on Wednesday, when the downtown high is forecast to be 74 — 10 degrees lower than today.

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    Santa Anas Bringing 90-Degree Temperatures to San Diego

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    National Weather Service map shows high temperatures forecast for Friday in Southern California.Gusty Santa Ana winds buffeted San Diego County Friday ahead of a warming trend that will send the region’s temperatures soaring into the 90s this weekend.

    The National Weather Service said the hottest weather will occur Saturday and Sunday, with areas near the coast reaching the mid to upper 80s, and the valleys/Inland Empire topping out in the lower 90s.


    Record highs are possible, and the weather service advised San Diegans to be prepared if outdoor activities are planned.


    A wind advisory is in effect until noon for valley and mountain areas. The agency said sustained northeast winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour with gust to 45 mph were likely through the morning.


    “Strong gusty winds will make driving hazardous, especially for high profile vehicles,” the weather service said. “Watch for broken tree limbs and strong crosswinds at times.”

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