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The Heat Is On! (But For How Much Longer?)

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Are you sitting at your desk thinking "Holy crap, it's hot out!"? Because we are. Today is another hot, humid SoCal day, although forecasters predict things will cool down and dry out a bit in the coming days.Los Angeles is expected to hit a high of 83 degrees today, but, oddly enough, it's currently 87 degrees. Things should slip into the lower to mid-80s starting tomorrow, though. In fact, we should see some fog roll in Friday and hang around along with those temps in the mid-80s, through until Monday.

The hot-hot heat is surpassing the norm for this time of year, just by a fraction. "Wednesday's high of 85 degrees in downtown L.A. was two degrees above normal, points out L.A. Now.

You of course know the drill: It's hotter in the Valley, and cooler by the beach. So, uh, where are you headed this weekend?

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