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It's gonna be hot, hot, hot — again

Romona Johnson plays in a fountain at the Inner Harbor with her children on July 22, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Romona Johnson plays in a fountain at the Inner Harbor with her children on July 22, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland.
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If you've stepped outside of your home this weekend, you don't need us to tell you it's hot outside. But just how hot it is will depend on where you live. 

The latest summer heatwave is expected to bring triple-digit temperatures to the valleys and Inland Empire. With the intense heat comes an elevated fire danger throughout the inland areas.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Scott Sukup says the hottest days will be Sunday through Tuesday.

"The temperatures are gonna be quite a bit above normal, but it's not that unusual for us to get these kinds of heatwaves during the summer," Sukup tells KPCC. "Probably about 10 degrees above normal or so, there is a possibility of some record highs starting Sunday."

Woodland Hills and Saugus could reach 108 during this heatwave.

It won't be nearly as bad in downtown Los Angeles and Orange County. Temperatures there over the next few days are expected to be around 90 degrees.