After the winter heat wave set temperature records Wednesday, Southern California will see a slight cooling trend through Sunday, when temperatures will again rise in time for the L.A. Marathon.
The temperature reached 85 degrees in Los Angeles on Wednesday, busting the record of 83 degrees, set on the date in 1988, according to the weather service. And in Camarillo, the temperature hit 89. The previous record of 86 was set last year.
UCLA, Oxnard, Burbank, Camarillo and Woodland Hills all set records for the day.