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Hot Weather Making a Comeback, Officials Release a 'Heat Alert'

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We've had two days of record low temperatures this week, but that trend is quickly dying. High temperatures are forecasted for Friday and Saturday in, not just the Valleys, but the L.A. Basin. Expect temperatures there to be in the high 80s. Valleys will see mid 90s and some may get close to 100. As always, L.A. County's Department of Public Health is asking everyone to take precautions, especially those who are sensitive to heat.