A two-day heat wave is expected to bring triple-digit temperatures to Lake Elsinore and Wildomar through Thursday, the National Weather Service is advising.
Offshore flow and an unusually strong upper-level high-pressure centered over the coast will produce “very warm temperatures'' throughout much of Southern California today and Thursday, according to a National Weather Service
The hottest day for the area is expected to be Thursday.
Temperatures are expected to cool throughout the region Friday, but are forecast to run 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time of year.
“Residents not used to this heat should be extra cautious with outdoor activities,'' according to a Weather Service advisory, adding that those without air conditioning should be checked on. --City News Service and Toni McAllister contributed to this report.