Temperatures were ranging about 20 degrees above normal Wednesday, and heat records had already fallen in several locations by noon.
Sunday's forecast high of 79 could break a record, the weather service said, but temperatures will drop sharply at the start of the week.
At the Los Angeles airport, the day's high of 94 easily beat the previous high of 89 set in 1950, as well as Camarillo, where the the high of 99 set an all-time high for the entire L.A. region for that date, according to the National Weather Service.
In Orange County, a high of 81 is expected in Newport Beach, which would tie a record set in 2002, while the expected high of 91 in Santa Ana could tie a record set in 1950, NWS meteorologist Greg Martin said.
Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be the hottest days of the week.Читайте также: Serena Williams Makes Her First Post-Baby Appearance On The Red Carpet
A high of 93 is forecast for Woodland Hills on Thursday, one degree above the record set in 1995, according to the weather service. The average temperature this time of the year is about 71 degrees, Sirard said.
The Carmel Valley, Pinnacles National Park and King City hit highs of 90 degrees, with Big Sur sitting a warm 80 degrees.
Temperatures soared into the 90s from Los Angeles to San Diego and up the Central Coast to the Bay Area on Wednesday, while much of the rest of the state basked in unseasonably balmy weather.
But by the weekend the warm temperatures will ease and rain returns.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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