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Wed Jun 28 05:22:50 PDT 2017

Sunday features scorching heat; one more day before cooling trend

Posted September 26, 2010, 10:00 PM.



Another blistering day in the inland valleys featured temperatures even hotter than Saturday, and the heat extended nearly all the way to the coast.

All thirteen WeatherCurrents communities, and much of Southern California, were in triple digits, with records for the day falling in some locations. Relief was set for two days away, with temperatures forecast to begin falling on Tuesday.

Lake Elsinore, Temecula and Wildomar were the hottest, registering 108°F. Very close behind were Hemet, Murrieta, Menifee, Perris and Lake Elsinore at 107°F.

French Valley was 106°F, Moreno Valley 104°F, and Fallbrook 103°F.

Monday was predicted to be just as hot, with strong high pressure again extending the heat all the way to the coast. Tuesday and Wednesday were expected to be cooler, but with more humidity as monsoonal moisture arrives. Temperatures were forecast to continue to slide for the rest of the week.

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