The National Climate Service has issued high temperature alerts for various southern regions of the state

The division of The Angels of the National Weather Service has warned of temperatures that could exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas of the region during this Tuesday, May 26.

In the case of los angeles county temperatures will range from 80 and 90 ºF; but in the case of the valleys, it could exceed 90ºF.

Heat forecast for Southern California this May 26, 2020.

The Antelope Valley has an excessive heat alert in effect from today at 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. with an increase of at least 20 degrees more than normal.

This region expects temperatures between 100ºF and 105ºF, including the city of Lancaster and Palmdale, which increases the risk of heat-related illnesses for those who perform outdoor activities.

The National Weather Service recommends drink plenty of water, avoid the sun and stay in air-conditioned places. Further, remember the danger of leaving children or pets in the car under these conditions.

The service has stated that these conditions until Thursday, May 28.


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