The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat warning Wednesday as temperatures again pushed into triple-digits in the Southland, with the heat expected to continue through the holiday weekend and well into next week.

A dangerous heat warning that was supposed to be in effect until 6 pm Monday for the Golden State (5) and Antelope Valley (14) freeway corridors, the western San Gabriel Mountains, the Antelope Valley foothills and the Antelope Valley, was extended by the National Weather Service through 6 pm on July 10. Forecasters said much of that area could see temperatures of up to 110 degrees, with interior valleys and foothills possibly reaching 115.

Another excessive heat warning will be in effect until 6 pm Monday in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area, Calabasas, San Fernando Valley and eastern San Gabriel Mountains, where temperatures up to 110 degrees are possible.