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Heat could rebound in time for Labor Day weekend

August 30, 2011|By Jason Wells, jason.wells@latimes.com

A break from extreme heat is expected to last through Thursday, but a warming trend could return in time for the Labor Day holiday weekend.

A trough of low pressure should keep temperatures down into the high-80s, according to the National Weather Service, but on Friday, the heat is expected to rebound, pushing the daytime highs into the 90s by the time the weekend rolls around.

It's expected to be in the mid-90s in the Greater Glendale area by Labor Day on Monday.

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