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Unseasonably hot weather to continue through Wednesday

Joe Carrillo tries his catch and release fly fishing at the Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Gusty Santa Ana winds blew through mountains and valleys of Southern California again Monday, raising temperatures well above winter levels and increasing the risk of wildfires as humidity levels fell.
Joe Carrillo tries his catch and release fly fishing at the Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Gusty Santa Ana winds blew through mountains and valleys of Southern California again Monday, raising temperatures well above winter levels and increasing the risk of wildfires as humidity levels fell.
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Summerlike temperatures continue in SoCal with an increased risk of wildfires this week. 

The National Weather Service says L.A. saw record weather Monday. Downtown L.A. topped out at a record 88 degrees. Los Angeles International Airport hit 89 degrees. 

Record weather

The record temperatures continued Tuesday, with all-time highs across the region, including Long Beach, Oxnard and LAX.

Santa Ana conditions were also a concern. A wind advisory was issued Tuesday for mountain and valley areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, though it's no longer in effect.

The weather service says because of strong winds and low humidity levels — between 10 and 20 percent — the risk of fire remains elevated.

Forecasters are predicting dry weather and record temps through Wednesday. 

Hot, hot, hot

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