Los Angeles County records its hottest temperature on record – Reports

Los Angeles County records its hottest temperature on record

Two California counties — including Los Angeles County — recorded their hottest temperatures on record on Sunday, meteorologists said.

Los Angeles County’s recording-breaking temperature of 121 degrees was set in Woodland Hills, the National Weather Service announced in a tweet. The previous record high at the weather site was 119 degrees in July 2006.

Meanwhile, San Luis Obispo County also hit an all-time high temperature record with a reading of 117 degrees at Paso Robles, according to…

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