Heat wave sets new temperature records across CaliforniaNow that California is facing a “One Year” Timeline until they could completely run out of water, The last thing they need is extreme hot weather and unfortunately that is the cast as a March heat wave set new temperature records across California on Saturday, with more sweltering conditions in the forecast for Sunday. Lifeguards reported big crowds at local beaches, even though the temperatures along the coast were in the high 80s and low 90s. Downtown L.A., Long Beach, San Diego and other spots set new temperature records for the date — for the second day in a row. Downtown L.A. was at 93 degrees by 1 p.m. Temperatures in inland valley areas were also high, including 94 in San Gabriel and 92 in Van Nuys. FULL REPORT