Another day of scorching heat to hit Southern California as crews battle wildfires

Posted on AllSides July 17th, 2023
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A fire crew takes a break from the 105-degree heat while putting out hot spots at the Rabbit fire on Sunday in Beaumont, Calif. Southern Californians can expect another day of scorching weather Monday as a heat wave continues to bear down on the region, bringing triple-digit temperatures and increased fire danger. Interior areas are forecast to reach between 100 and 108 degrees Monday, with overnight lows between the 70s and 80s for the lower mountains, according to the National Weather Service. Fire weather conditions are expected to reach elevated...

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