The National Weather Service has issued an hazardous weather warning, saying showers are possible in parts of Southern California, along with rising temperatures.
According to the weather service, scattered showers, high winds and thunder are possible in parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties Monday afternoon. Officials said the showers could produce periods of heavy rainfall and possibly dry lightning.
A new heat wave is also moving into the region Tuesday, officials said, with temperatures expected to top 100 degrees in valley and desert areas of L.A. County. LA NOW