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Get Ready for a Heatwave
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As Spring turns to Summer this weekend, the temperatures are expected to mark the season change with a bang starting today. The National Weather Service is predicting today's temperatures to range from 95 to 105 in region's valleys. Downtown is expected to be in the 90s and beaches should stay normal (upper 60s, low 70s).
Friday is supposed to be the worst: 109 degrees on Friday in the Valley? TGIF it won't be unless you're hanging at the beach. And anyway, isn't everyone skipping work for an early weekend? It will be International Surfing Day!
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