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Los Angeles Weather: SoCal will see warm temperatures and gusty winds on Tuesday

Los Angeles Weather: SoCal will see warm temperatures and gusty winds on Tuesday

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Red flag conditions in parts of Southern California increase the danger of wildfires spreading.

Multiple wildfires broke out across the region on Sunday and many desert and inland communities will continue to bring windy and warm conditions on Tuesday.

A high wind warning is in effect for desert communities until 3 a.m. Tuesday, with winds up to 40 mph.

Los Angeles and Orange counties will see some clouds Tuesday morning, possibly mixed with wildfire haze, and a high of 81 degrees by the afternoon.

The Inland Empire and Valleys will be warm Tuesday, with a high of 92, but cool slightly to 84 Wednesday.

Beaches will remain cool and cloudy with a high of 68 degrees.

Mountain communities can expect temperatures around 74 degrees with gusty winds.

The deserts will be sunny, hot and breezy, reaching 91 degrees on Tuesday.

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