As the heatwave enters it’s second week in California temperatures of 122 F (50 C) in death Valley as heat advisory is declared
The Heat Wave in California is still sapping strength with temperatures of 122 F (50 C) in Death Valley and up to 120 F (48.5 C) in other areas as the heatwave enters it’s second week.
Advisories warning of extreme heat were in effect throughout Los Angeles County today as the region’s heat wave turned a week old.
An excessive heat warning will be in force in the L.A. County portion of the San Gabriel Mountains until 9 p.m. Wednesday and in the Antelope Valley until 9 p.m. Thursday.
Temperatures of between 100 and 106 were forecast in the mountains while in the Antelope Valley, temperatures of between 106 and 112 were expected through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.