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SAN DIEGO — On this edition of FOX 5 News Now, we take a closer look at the peak fire danger approaching, catch you up on your forecast and highlight some “So San Diego” community news.

Local wildfires: Officials arrested an arson suspect in yesterday’s Carlsbad brush fire, and crews got a handle on blazes in Poway and on Otay Mountain Friday. The relatively small fires were handled without major damage. With dangerous conditions on the way, we take a look at the ways you can prepare for wildfires and SDG&E power outages.

San Diego weather: Officials warned of some serious heat in parts of San Diego County Sunday, with a stretch of early-summer scorchers to start the week. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory from 10 a.m. Sunday to 8 p.m. Monday for the region’s valleys. FOX 5’s Liberty Zabala has your local weather forecast.

Plus: A local craft brewing institution is sold to a huge Japanese company, UC San Diego hands out a historic surfing scholarship and a sea lion crashes an upscale local golf course.

FOX 5 News Now is San Diego’s only interactive digital newscast. Join your host Matt Meyer each Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. for the day’s top headlines. Your questions and comments will shape the show in real time. Watch live with any device on or the FOX 5 app.

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