Southland Heat Wave Eases -- But Not for Long

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Southland's first heat wave of 2020 will ease today thanks to the return of the marine layer, with highs reverting to the 80s everywhere except the Antelope Valley.

Temperature will resume climbing Thursday and revert to the 90s in many communities on Tuesday.

The weather service forecast partly cloudy skies in L.A. County today and highs of 67 in Avalon; 72 at LAX; 73 in Long Beach; 76 on Mount Wilson; 77 in Downtown L.A.; 82 in San Gabriel; 83 in Pasadena, Burbank and Woodland Hills; 84 in Saugus; and 92 in Palmdale and Lancaster.

Partly cloudy skies were forecast in Orange County today, along with highs of 68 degrees in Laguna Beach and San Clemente; 69 in Newport Beach; 73 on Santiago Peak; 76 at Fremont Canyon; 77 on Ortega Highway at 2,600 feet; 78 in Fullerton and Mission Viejo; 79 in Irvine and 80 in Anaheim. Temperatures will remain around the same until a warmup Monday, followed by a rise into the 90s on Tuesday.

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