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Warm Labor Day weather expected across Southern California

Southern California residents enjoying Labor Day can expect warm weather across inland areas and possible rip currents at area beaches, forecasters said.

Temperatures in valley and mountain regions of Los Angeles and Ventura counties be in the 90s, the National Weather Service said. Inland Empire areas will be the high 90s. In Orange County, most temperatures are expected to be in the 80s with a few areas reaching the 90s.

Along the coast, beach temperatures will be in the 70s. Waves are expected to be up to 4 feet at south-facing beaches and could generate dangerous rip currents, according to the Weather Service. 

Little change in temperatures is expected over the next several days.


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