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Heat Advisory Issued for Valley Areas

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With high temperatures expected today and tomorrow, L.A. County public health officials issued a heat advisory this morning. “While people don’t need to be told it’s hot outside, they do need to be reminded how to take care of themselves, children, the elderly, and their pets when the weather gets hotter,” said County Health Officer Jonathan E. Fielding. Temperatures in the San Fernando Valley are expected to be in the high 80s and low 90s with temperatures in the 90s in the Santa Clarita Valley and hitting 100 in the Antelope Valley. Also, air quality is expected to be unhealthy for sensitive individuals in the Santa Clarita Valley today.