Release Date: 08/16/2016
Contact: Jim Hindman, Business Development Manager
JimH@temcool.com (714) 678-3300
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BRACES FOR ANOTHER HEAT WAVE
The National Weather Service says a high-pressure system will contribute to soaring temperatures early this week throughout Southern California. Downtown Los Angeles could see highs in the 90s, while the San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley and other areas could reach 108 degrees. The weather service says a combination of very high temperatures, low humidity and tinder-dry brush will elevate fire danger in the mountains, foothills and other areas. Hot weather also could increase the levels of ozone pollution. The region is seeing its smoggiest Summer since 2009.
Should you experience equipment failure or if your system is undersized and you need supplemental cooling, we can help. We have the largest inventory in Southern California and can help you with your emergency cooling needs 24/7 and can dispatch for same day delivery.