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This past fall was officially the warmest on record for most of LA

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Remember a few weeks ago when you weren't sure if you could step outside without melting? Remember when the temperature reached triple digits? Remember when we were told that we were enduring the worst heat wave in 25 years? Let the record show that, now that fall is officially over, it really was the warmest on record in most parts of the city. That's right, all of your complaining has been vindicated!

While the average temperatures during November were pretty close to what we normally experience, the two months prior were record-breaking enough to push the whole season over the edge. October, in particular, shattered previous records, averaging 4 degrees warmer than previous years, according to the National Weather Service.

While we're waiting to find out what next fall has to offer, we'll brace ourselves for El Niño.

Check out the numbers from the National Weather Service below.

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