Western cities had hottest March on record

Associated Press: While much of the nation shivered, many Western cities sweltered through their hottest March on record. Cities in California, Arizona, Texas, Nevada and even Montana had record high temperatures on individual days last month, according to the National Weather Service. Some also racked up unusual overall temperatures or streaks of balmy weather. In Los Angeles, the average high in March topped 79 degrees, and the temperature hit 90 or higher on six days. San Diego had five days of 90 or above.......

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