Forecasting continued triple-digit temperatures, the National Weather Service has extended the current extreme heat warning for the Santa Clarita Valley through 9 p.m. Thursday.
The extension again also pertains to the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys.
The NWS forecasts dangerously hot conditions...
The National Weather Service has extended its excessive heat warning through 8 p.m. Thursday as triple-digit temperatures continue to broil the Santa Clarita Valley.
The NSW predicts maximum temperatures ranging from 97ºF to 107ºF, with Thursday the hottest.
Overnight minimum temperatures will be in...
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for the Santa Clarita Valley as temperatures are expected to reach triple digits this weekend and early next week.
The heat watch is expected to be in effect from Sunday through Wednesday evening, with temperatures forecast between 102 and...
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