When was the hottest day in Los Angeles?
These temperature extremes were measured in downtown Los Angeles and go back to 1921. The highest temperature recorded during that time there was 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 Celsius) on September 27, 2010.
Similarly, it is asked, what is the highest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles?
One may also ask, what was the highest temperature ever recorded in California? List
|State, federal district, or territory||Record high temperature||Place(s)|
|Arizona||128 °F / 53 °C||Lake Havasu City|
|Arkansas||120 °F / 49 °C||Ozark|
|California||134 °F / 57 °C||Furnace Creek (Death Valley)|
|Colorado||115 °F / 46 °C||John Martin Reservoir|
Then, what is the hottest day on record in Los Angeles?
While the temperature at UCLA set an all-time record, the high in downtown Los Angeles, 108 degrees, fell short of its all-time mark of 113 from September 2010. Still, the 108-degree reading crushed the July 6 daily record of 94, set in 1992. Hollywood Burbank Airport, 114 degrees. Van Nuys Airport, 117 degrees.
What is the hottest day of the year in California?
California just sweltered through its hottest month ever recorded. Out of the 1,483 months since records began in 1895, when Grover Cleveland was president, July 2018 was the hottest of all, with an average statewide temperature of 79.7 degrees, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration said Wednesday.