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The weather has been great, but it's breaking some records, says the LA Times, per the National Weather Service. Yesterday, UCLA hit a new high with 87 degrees and Santa at 92. Out in Ventura County, Oxnard and Camarillo hit 86 and 85, respectively. It should cool down into the 70s across the board beginning Thursday, so enjoy!