2015 Earth's Warmest Year On Record By FarNorthern California reached record-high temperatures in 2015, and it turns out the rest of the world had its hottest year on record as well.
Fall Furnace: Record-Breaking Highs Possible In Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto TodayTemperatures will once again be about 15 degrees above normal Tuesday, with highs expected to hit the mid-90s this afternoon.
Heatwave Begins Today In SacramentoThe heatwave begins today in the Sacramento region. Temperatures were in the 60s on Tuesday morning, but they'll be significantly higher in the afternoon.
Temperatures Jumping 10-15 Degrees Above Normal This WeekGet ready to sweat this week. A dominant ridge of high pressure is parking over the West Coast this week, sending high temperatures skyrocketing to 10-15 degrees above normal for the next several days.
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Sacramento To Reach 104 Degrees MondayIt’s going to be a hot one today – about 10 degrees above normal at this time of the year.
Valley Temperatures 4-8 Degrees Hotter Than Monday, Cooling Off TomorrowClouds acted like a blanket overnight, keeping some locations above 80 degrees. It's made for a dramatic sunrise.
Temperatures Back To Seasonal Norm After Monday's ScorcherTemperatures are dipping back down to normal after the scorcher we had Monday. Foothills temperatures lingered down in the 70s in the overnight hours.
U.S. Warming Quickest In Southwest, NortheastThe United States is warming fastest at two of its corners, in the Northeast and the Southwest, an analysis of federal temperature records shows.
Temperatures In The Mid-80s Today, 90s Later This WeekGet your sunscreen ready because it’s heating up! The temperatures will rise in the next several days, making for an unseasonably warm rest of the workweek.
More Freezing Temperatures Will Likely Damage Calif. OrangesCalifornia citrus growers say six nights of freezing temperatures will likely damage this year's orange crop but no disruption is expected to supplies.
Study: Warmer Climate Strongly Affects Human Conflict And Violence