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By Christopher Cadelago | September 26, 2009
DOWNTOWN ? Despite the arrival of fall, weather forecasters are predicting a scorcher this weekend in Glendale and the Crescenta Valley, prompting county health officials to remind residents to take precautions. Saturday is expected to be sunny and hot, with highs near 102 degrees in Glendale and 99 in La Crescenta, according to the National Weather Service. They?ll cool down to the mid-60s in the evening before climbing to the high 90s across the region Sunday. ?While people don?
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August 28, 2013
Los Angeles County health officials issued a heat alert for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys beginning Wednesday, urging residents to take special care when outdoors. High temperatures in the region were forecast from Wednesday through Friday, and the alert could be extended if weather conditions don't improve, the Los Angeles Times reported . Temperatures were expected to hover around 100 degrees in the Santa Clarita Valley and the mid-90s to 100 in the San Fernando Valley, according to theĀ  National Weather Service . Fairly high humidity from a lingering tropical air mass could make it seem a degree or two warmer.
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By The Los Angeles Times | August 26, 2011
The National Weather Service has issued an "excessive heat watch" for Southern California for Saturday -- warning that intense heat and high humidity could prove dangerous, especially to the young, aged and infirm. As an emergency measure, the city of Los Angeles is opening "cooling centers" to include senior citizen centers, recreation facilities and libraries. A full list can be found at Emergency.lacity.org . Click on the banner that says "Cooling Facilities to beat the heat.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | April 30, 2014
With temperatures expected to reach triple digits today, city officials encourage seniors to seek relief at one of four cooling stations in Glendale. The centers are equipped with games, a TV and ice water for visitors. They can provide needed relief as forecasters expect temperatures will reach 100 degrees today and remain high at 98 on Friday. The extreme heat is expected to diminish during the weekend. Still, officials advise residents to avoid going outdoors from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., drink of plenty of water and reduce physical activity.
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August 18, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan The body called, and John Radich had to listen. It wasn't easy for the 50-year-old ultramarathoner who works at the Glendale-based The Way to Happiness Foundation. Radich, who has raised more than $100,000 for charity through his running, had planned to run more than 700 miles in his latest journey, which would have taken him from Death Valley to Yosemite and back. However, Radich could only complete half of that journey this time around after several unforeseen setbacks forced him to stop at Yosemite National Park.
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August 28, 2013
Los Angeles County health officials issued a heat alert for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys beginning Wednesday, urging residents to take special care when outdoors. High temperatures in the region were forecast from Wednesday through Friday, and the alert could be extended if weather conditions don't improve, the Los Angeles Times reported . Temperatures were expected to hover around 100 degrees in the Santa Clarita Valley and the mid-90s to 100 in the San Fernando Valley, according to theĀ  National Weather Service . Fairly high humidity from a lingering tropical air mass could make it seem a degree or two warmer.
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By Christopher Cadelago | September 26, 2009
DOWNTOWN ? Despite the arrival of fall, weather forecasters are predicting a scorcher this weekend in Glendale and the Crescenta Valley, prompting county health officials to remind residents to take precautions. Saturday is expected to be sunny and hot, with highs near 102 degrees in Glendale and 99 in La Crescenta, according to the National Weather Service. They?ll cool down to the mid-60s in the evening before climbing to the high 90s across the region Sunday. ?While people don?
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