Environment & Science

When will it end? SoCal temps to rise again next week

It's. So. Hot. How can you avoid sweating through your shirt?
It's. So. Hot. How can you avoid sweating through your shirt?
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Everyone's talking about the weather. 

There's a chance of showers and thunderstorms across southwest California through Friday, which has prompted the National Weather Service to release a Hazardous Weather Outlook

And NOAA just announced it's likely that most of the state could see significant rain this winter.

Next week, the rain will clear, and it'll heat up again. The forecast says it'll be sunny with a high near 91 Wednesday in downtown Los Angeles. Seriously

Why is it so damn hot out? Our science reporter Sanden Totten explained last fall that the cooler weather in the rest of the country produces a dry, hot autumn for SoCal.

Meanwhile, Angelenos are starting to freak out.

The stages Angelenos go through when we realize there's no fall