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Cooling trend begins in Southern California after record-breaking heat wave

Cooling trend begins in Southern California after record-breaking heat wave

After a record-breaking heat wave broiled the region this week, temperatures throughout Southern California were expected to dip slightly Saturday as part of a cooling trend that will continue into early next week. High temperatures in most areas around Los Angeles are expected to be about five to 10 degrees cooler than Friday, said Scott Sukup, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard. Still, forecasters predicted highs of 91 in downtown Los Angeles, 94 in Burbank and 101 in Woodland Hills. Interested in the stories shaping California? Sign up for the free Essential California newsletter >> Temperatures Sunday are expected to drop by another five to eight...

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