Hottest Thanksgiving Day in Southern California even US History?

On Thanksgiving Day 2010, the US-Mexico border town of Falcon Lake, Texas recorded a temperature of 97 degrees which became the highest temperature ever recorded on Thanksgiving.

An unusually strong upper ridge is building over Southern California. Aided by offshore winds blowing from desert to ocean, temperatures are expected to widely reach the upper 80s, low 90s through the Southern California coastal valleys, canyons and LA Basin.

Several sites are likely to sweat out their warmest Thanksgiving on record. Whether temperatures can soar into the record territory upper 90s remains to be seen.


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