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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