103-degree heat shatters World Series record

The heat is on in Los Angeles.

— -- The heat is on in Los Angeles, and it has little to do with Game 1 of the World Series.

"It's extremely hot and extremely humid, but that's OK -- we're in L.A. and we're used to it," Dodgers fan Danni Baltazar told ABC News. "This is huge for L.A. This is huge for us fans. We've been waiting for this for a long time."

Mark Emanuel, who attended Game 1 with a friend and his wife Laura, told ABC News, "It was hot. It was over 100 degrees when they threw out the first pitch, and it was 90-something by the end of the game ... I just sat there and had a beer or two." His wife said she kept cool by drinking "lots of ice water."

Game 2 will be played Wednesday at Dodger Stadium, and temperatures in southern California are expected to remain high. A notable drop in temperatures is expected to occur by Thursday and Friday.

ABC News' Alex Stone and Max Golembo contributed to this report.