Southern California sets all-time heat records amid broiling conditions

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(Worthy News) - Many parts of Southern California hit new high-temperature marks Friday, with a few spots reaching the hottest readings ever recorded.

Among the places that set all-time records were Van Nuys Airport (117 degrees), Burbank Airport (114), UCLA (111), Santa Ana (114) and Ramona (115), according to the National Weather Service. Riverside tied its all-time high temperature of 118.

Downtown Los Angeles hit a new high for the day, at 108. Long Beach Airport hit 108 and Woodland Hills, 118. [ Source: LA Times (Read More...) ]

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