Another heat wave is expected to hit Southern California by midweek, with valley temperatures expected to soar into the triple digits. This system of high pressures is expected to cross southern California bringing high temperatures and rain, particularly inland.

Triple-digit temperatures are expected through Saturday in the Inland Empire and Valley counties, and the National Weather Service also distributes heat warns in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley over the weekend.

“Saturday will be the warmest day for all areas across the region,” NWS meteorologist Tyler Salas said, citing the CST, and winds that had been centered on it.

In Fontana, temperatures will peak at more than 90 degrees on Friday, with 100 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.

For the Coachella Valley, San Gorgonio Pass, and San Diego County deserts, where high temperatures are anticipated to exceed 110 degrees, the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning that will last until Sunday evening.

Pasadena also goes for a higher temperature, ranging from 90 degrees on Friday and surging rapidly to highs of 100 degrees over the weekend.

The humidity brought by the system will keep down the probability of afternoon and early evening thunderstorms early next week in the mountains and deserts.

According to Joe Sirard, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard, a ridge of high pressure at a higher level is keeping the coast comfortably warm. On Friday afternoon, a few thunderstorms may blow across northeast Los Angeles County, especially in the mountains, but otherwise, a high-pressure system will deliver record-breaking temperatures.

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The metropolitan areas of Los Angeles and Orange are not going to reach the same highs as the communities inland, but they’re still expected to get a good deal of heat. That’s all.

Up to Saturday, Yorba Linda and Anaheim with conditions likely to range in the mid-to-high 80 degrees on Friday and low 90 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.

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