This Was the Warmest Fall on Record in Most of Los Angeles

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This year, Downtown LA tied a 1983 record for warmest fall ever, while out in the Valley Woodland Hills and Burbank beat their previous records by less than a full degree Fahrenheit. Back in November, it was reported that The Blob, a huge mass of warm water sitting in the ocean off the coast, was contributing to the warming because it cut down on the marine layer or breezes coming in off the ocean to help cool things off. Whatever the reason, this fall offered distressingly few instances of sweater weather.

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· Record Event Report National Weather Service [NMW]

· October in Los Angeles Was the Hottest Ever, By a Lot [Curbed LA]

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