The heat advisory will be in effect from 10 this morning until 8 p.m. Thursday in the Santa Monica Mountains and the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys, beach cities, metropolitan Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills, and inland Orange County.
Newsom signed a heat emergency proclamation to free up energy capacity on Monday.
The high in Long Beach is expected to reach 92 degrees.
Several designated cooling centers, including senior and community centers, are available in the city of Long Beach.
The previous record for this day was set at 93 degrees in 1998.
Autumn is playing hard to get this October as temperatures are expected to rise once again to health-hazardous highs. Despite the last couple weeks of calm and cooled relations, Long Beach residents should be advised that the end of this drama is not near.