The heat wave that has gripped Southern California will continue for at least one more day, as the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for large swaths of the region.
Officials said temperatures in inland areas of Southern California could top 105 degrees on Monday. It is expected to be even hotter in desert areas, but cooler along the coast.
The region has been suffering from hot weather for six days, but officials said a cool-down is expected to begin Tuesday. L.A. NOW