Sweltering Palm Springs Hits All-Time High Of 124 Degrees

It’s hot in California.

Numerous cities in the Golden State tied or broke heat records this week — not just for the date, but for their entire recorded histories.

Idyllwild hit 104 degrees today. That ties the town’s all time hottest temperature. Palmdale tied its record high for July 4 at 110 degrees Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. That record was originally set in 1973.

Palm Springs, no stranger to thermometer-busting heat, hit 125 degrees today. That tops the city’s previous record of 123 degrees, last seen on June 17, 2021.

Las Vegas has the potential to tip the mercury above 117 degrees Sunday or Monday, its all-time record.

All that pales, however, compared to what’s to come.

Death Valley, which also hit 124 today, is expected to reach 126 tomorrow and 128 on Sunday, with the outside potential to reach or surpass the region’s all-time record of 134 degrees, set in 1913. That’s also the hottest temperature ever recorded on earth.

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