You know it’s hot when hitting 90 degrees is considered a cooling trend, but that’s what region has to look forward to Sunday evening, when a week of triple-degree heat is expected to start subsiding.
For now, the National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings through 8 p.m. Friday night, because of the combination of high temperatures and relatively high humidity for the Southland -- 20% to 30%.
In the Burbank-Glendale region, temperatures could hit 105 on Friday, and then 102 degrees on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
In the Pasadena area, temperatures could hit 102 degrees on Friday before offering a bit of an early break this weekend when the mercury drops into the high 90s.
The National Weather Service predicts highs in the upper 90s to near 110 across the western San Fernando Valley, 90s to about 102 in the San Gabriel Valley, the lower 90s near downtown Los Angeles.