Thanksgiving day was the hottest day in the history of Los Angeles

Thanksgiving day was the hottest day in the history of Los Angeles

Residents of Los Angeles have never seen a hot thanksgiving as it is today. Thursday, November 23, temperature readings broke the historical record, recorded 140 years ago. According to the National weather service, the air in the city warmed to an average of 32.7 ºC — this number exceeds the maximum of 1877.

Hottest Thanksgiving on record for Downtown Los Angeles. So far the high temperature of 91 has surpassed the all time records since 1877.#SoCal #CAwx #LAheat #LAWeather

— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 23, 2017

The occasion was marked by an unusual late autumn warmth not only in Los Angeles but also in the suburbs: at long beach, the thermometer had risen to 32ºC, in Burbank up to 31ºC, and in Camarillo, up to 33.3 ºC.

Records tied or broken so far today.
Downtown LA 91/91 old in 1933
LAX Airport 91/old 84 in 1990
Long Beach 90/old 85 in 1990
88 Burbank/old 86 in 1950
Camarillo 92/old in 88 in 1950
WFO Oxnard 91/old 88 in 1950#SoCal #CAwx #LAheat #LAWeather

— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 23, 2017

Meteorologists recommend to drink more water and limit time in the sun to avoid dehydration. Moreover, due to the dry weather should follow fire safety precautions.

As experts predicted earlier, the hottest autumn day for the last decades was the eve of thanksgiving. On Wednesday, the new temperature records were established in counties Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara.

The final numbers are in — many high temperature records fell today, including a monthly record at the Camarillo Airport. Cooler temps in store for tomorrow! #SoCal #CAwx #LAheat pic.twitter.com/blkfDwuxRl

— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 23, 2017

On Friday in California will be cooler, but precipitation is not anticipated.

In early December, dry weather is expected not only in the Golden state, but more part of the American territories. According to Accuweather, in the next few weeks, the storms will bypass US side.

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