Excessive heat warnings remained in effect Saturday for much of Southern California, as the region struggles through the third of the latest heat waves, according to forecasters.
Triple-digit temperatures are expected in inland and valley areas, while a high of 96 degrees was predicted for downtown Los Angeles, according to the National Weather Service.
By 8 a.m. Saturday, Woodland Hills was reporting temperatures of 86 degrees, Lancaster 84 and Palmdale 86. Record highs are expected in some areas for the second straight day.
The region will get a reprieve Sunday when temperatures begin dropping in some areas by as much as 10 degrees, forecasters said.
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