Breaking: At 121 degrees, Woodland Hills hits all-time heat milestone — and a record for L.A. County
121 degrees. Weather does not = climate, but we’re in uncharted territory here.
As a historic heat wave left Southern California broiling, Woodland Hills on Sunday recorded an all-time high of 121 degrees, which the National Weather Service said was the hottest temperature recorded at an official weather station in Los Angeles County
🥵🚨 At 121°F, Woodland Hills, California, hits all-time high temperature, breaking old record of 119° set in July 2006. It's the highest temperature EVER RECORDED from an official National Weather Service station in L.A. County
The record books could be rewritten Sunday, with forecasters predicting another day of historic heat that is likely to be worse than Saturday. Read the full story here
An angry thread about mankind: LA today registered an all-time temperature record. 121° is over 49° C. /1
121 degrees today in Woodland Hills, the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County #climatechange #heatwave
At 121 degrees, Woodland Hills hits all-time high temperature for L.A. County
Ceci n'est pas Woodland Hills...
yeah but it’s a dry heat
At 121 degrees, Woodland Hills hits all-time high temperature for L.A. County
L.A. area had record-breaking heat Saturday. Sunday should be hotter. Here's the forecast