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Temperatures to Rise, Back to the Beaches

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Last weekend's record high temperatures got people out of the house and into the natural air conditioning of the beach. And while a select (and dumb) fewdecided to get into fights (two times, no less), most enjoyed the hot weekend among each other sharing one of this region's dearest assets.

Temperatures are to rise slightly over the weekend. By Sunday, expect to be feeling the weather in the upper 80's. With that, here are some beautiful photos from last weekend taken by some of contributors to the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr:

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