Hot weather will continue Wednesday in the West San Gabriel Valley with temperatures expected to surpass 100 degrees.
The Springtime heat wave that began early this week has resulted in numerous warnings by fire and health officials. The heat storm resulted in thermometers hitting the high 90's on Monday and Tuesday.
Residents are being urged to drink plenty of water and stay in cooler areas. Officials are expect to open "cooling" zones at recreation centers, senior centers and city halls tomorrow.
Fire officials are taking precautions in the hillside communities that are in the vicinity of large areas of brush and forest.
The high temperatures are expected to continue through the week and decline by the weekend.