A major warmup is on the way for Los Angeles, but there is no rain on the horizon to help ease the extended drought.
Temperatures will soar close to record territory Tuesday with highs in the low 90s under plenty of sunshine.
Tuesday's high may reach the 1989 record of 92 degrees F, more than 20 degrees above normal for this time of year.
It will remain sunny and warm on Wednesday with a high in the upper 80s.
The very warm temperatures will turn cooler on Thursday with a high around 80 F, but still above normal for early April.
No rain is expected for the foreseeable future in Los Angeles, worsening the already extreme drought.
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