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More heat on tap for Southern California

Posted: May 13, 2013 10:00 a.m.
Updated: May 13, 2013 10:00 a.m.

A pair of water scooters are driven in Elliott Bay near downtown Seattle on May 3. The National Weather Service says Los Angeles will have a high of 90 Monday and San Diego will see 85 as a high-pressure system continues to dominate the region.

 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California could be in for a second day of record-breaking heat.

The National Weather Service says Los Angeles will have a high of 90 Monday and San Diego will see 85 as a high-pressure system continues to dominate the region.

Several record highs for the day were set on Sunday. Burbank hit 103 at the airport, breaking the old record of 100 set in 1976. Lancaster's 98 was a degree above the 1996 high. Riverside had 103, tying an 1893 record. Records also were broken or tied in Ramona, Chula Vista, Alpine, El Cajon, Camarillo and Sandberg.

The weather service predicts above-normal temperatures through Monday but low pressure will arrive on Tuesday, bringing a cooling trend through the week.

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