Here we go again Los Angeles, another heatwave is heading our way! 🌋
Though it feels like we’ve already dodged the bullet, The National Weather Service warns Angelenos to gear up as the weather begins to rise this week. An excessive heat watch went into effect Monday morning for Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange counties, and the Inland Empire. Expect temperatures to be in the upper 80’s and mid 90’s in the coastal areas and around 100 to 110 degrees in the valleys.’s
It’s looking like Monday is going to be the hottest day, and that the heat will die down as the week goes on. In the meantime, avoiding heavy activity in the sun until after 6 pm will reduce the chance of becoming dehydrated. It’s recommended that you drink 1-2 glasses of cool fluids when exposed to a excessive heat or a hot environment.
Dressing like you’re on vacation can help to keep cool, so don’t be embarrassed to rock hats, loose-fitting and light-colored clothing, as well as sunscreen and sunglasses! Eating fruits like watermelon, cucumbers, and tomatoes act as the perfect aid in keeping your water intake high.
Good luck out there L.A.!
Extended #Heatwave through Friday. Some interior areas will see triple digits with heat peaking Tuesday and Wednesday. #SoCal #LAHeat #LAweather pic.twitter.com/Ds6dUOKcAw
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) August 5, 2018