High temperatures broke records in the inland deserts over the weekend, and the National Weather Service says we'll have one more triple-digit day in the inland valleys before things start to cool down a bit this week. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The heat wave continues across Southern California, pushing temperatures to record-breaking highs, stressing the electrical grid, and aggravating wildfires being fought around the region. Temperatures will be a bit more moderate tomorrow (Friday), but triple-digit temps will likely hang around the Inland Empire through the weekend. More information in this report from NPR's Danielle Karson and KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Just like yesterday, the operator of California's electricity distribution grid has once again issued a statewide Flex Alert for today (Wednesday). Residents all across the state are being asked to take measures to conserve power - particularly during the afternoon and evening hours - to help relieve stress on the grid that comes from an extreme demand for power. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Triple-digit high temperatures are expected to continue today and tomorrow throughout the inland valleys and in the local mountain communities, as an excessive heat advisroy continues throughout Southern California. KVCR's Ken Vincent has the inland valley and mountain forecasts.
Regional air quality officials warned this week that much of Southern California could experience "very unhealthy" air pollution as the heat wave takes hold of the weather in the coming days. Details from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Temperatures are expected to soar into the triple digits in the Inland Empire from this weekend through most of next week. KVCR's Ken Vincent has this detailed forecast for the Inland Valleys and our local mountain communities.