Posted November 03, 2018 07:53:10California has a reputation for having a hot and humid climate, but it also has a lot of hot spots, according to a new report.
California is the hottest in the nation, according the latest report from Weather Underground, with a statewide average temperature of 113.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
It has the second-highest average annual rainfall of any state, at nearly 18 inches.
That’s more than 10 times the national average.
The report, compiled by Weather Underground and the California Division of Meteorology, found that California’s highest-end cities, such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, are among the top 10 hottest places in the United States.
It also found that the hottest place is the Sacramento region, which has the nation’s fourth-highest number of deaths per capita.
Weather Underground also looked at a wide range of weather data, from temperature extremes to the likelihood of droughts and heat waves.
Its researchers found that while the number of days with above-average temperatures in California have increased dramatically over the last century, there are still more days than not with below-average temps.
Weather Underground has compiled a map showing the top 20 hottest days in the U.S. and the top 50 hottest days.
The map also shows the likelihood that a specific day in the future will be a hotter day than the average of the previous 20 days.
The map, based on a combination of weather satellite data, temperature records, and daily temperature forecasts, shows that California is experiencing a spike in heat waves and droughtes.
Weather in California is also becoming more extreme, with the likelihood getting higher for the first time since the 1960s.
A drought in the state in 2015 has led to the worst drought in California’s history, which is also the worst for a number of other states.
California also has an extensive wildfire situation.
A wildfire has burned over 70,000 acres of forestland in California since January, according a report from the National Interagency Fire Center.
The fire was the worst in California for decades.