106 degrees in Anaheim tops list of heat records broken – Orange County Register
A third day of record-breaking heat hit Southern California on Friday, giving residents another taste of summer.
The best spots of April 8:*
- Anaheim – 106 degrees; record was 96 in 2014
- Santa Ana – 103; the maximum was 94 in 2014
- San Jacinto – 96; tied with 1989 record
- Idyllwild – 84; was 81 in 1989
- Downtown Los Angeles – 95; 92 in 1989
- LAX Airport – 97; 88 in 1989
- UCLA-94; 87 in 1989
- Long Beach – 101, 92 in 2014
- Burbank – 99, tied with 1989 record
Another look at our records today, with Burbank added with the daily high tied at 99. Cooler weather en route, starting tomorrow (and tonight – overnight lows should be cooler!) #SoCal #CAwx #LAheat pic.twitter.com/Cx28g9Y2kI
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) April 9, 2022
Forecasters expect the heat to abate everywhere except for the lower deserts, parts of the Los Angeles Valley and the Coachella Valley on Saturday, when land flow and an uneven sea layer move in to cool things down in the evening.
A few light rains may pass through Riverside County, but no more than a few hundredths of an inch are expected in parts of Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties.
* Temperatures are for the same date in previous years