Temperature Records Could Shatter as ‘Dangerous’ Heat Wave Descends on Southern California

The heat forecast for Monday, Aug. 28, is seen in an image provided by the National Weather Service.

The heat forecast for Monday, Aug. 28, is seen in an image provided by the National Weather Service.

Record-breaking heat is in the forecast for Southern California through Wednesday.

The National Weather Service said the heat poses a “dangerous situation” and urged residents to take precautions.

On Saturday, temperatures ranged from the 70s along the coast to 111 in Palm Springs. Paso Robles set a record high for the day at 106 degrees while Lancaster tied a daily record high at 105.

But the worst is yet to come.

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