September 27th, 2010
04:26 PM ET

Los Angeles breaks record high temperature

Los Angeles, California,  has broken the all-time record high temperature of  112F with a temperature of 113F at 12:15pm PDT.  Their temperature could rise more through the afternoon.

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  1. carlos parise

    First of all sorry if my english is not the best, i im from Argentina but y lived in LA. It is importan to say that this has nothing to do with global warming, this is only a local event that every year happens in september and october in SW California and it is called Santa Ana. In history LA had worst Santa Ana like the one of september of 1963 that kicked up the thermometers in Los Angeles airport and San Diego to 110..impressive temperatures for San Diego and for LA airport that allways have cooler temperatures because they are closest to de sea...and this happened nearly FIFTY years ago.
    Another thing that you dont have to forget is that this local event of ONE day of heat comes after Los Angeles second COOLEST SUMMER EVER !!!! we are talking of three entire month with COOLER THAN NORMAL temperatures in Los Angeles against ONE SINGLE DAY of hotter than normal...
    And the most important thing to say is that they are talking of the hottest day since 1877 in downtown LA...but the thing that nobody knows and nobody says is that the downtown LA weather station was moved in several occasions since it is impossible to compare the data of one weather station if they moved it from one place to another...To talk of all-time record since 1877 of one place it has to be of one weather station that was in THE SAME EXACT PLACE since 1877 and that obviously is NOT the case of the downtown LA weather station !!!!!

    September 30, 2010 at 5:34 pm | Report abuse |
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  4. Ben

    I almost feel guilty. I am from L.A., Silverlake and, I remember those scortching days. Now I live in Kailua Kona Hawaii where it is in the cool 70s at night , mid eighties during the day time. Fondest alohas to all!

    August 15, 2012 at 12:06 am | Report abuse |
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