July 8, 2018 was the hottest day on record in Los Angeles. By 2050, Los Angeles will experience longer and more intense heat waves above 105°F. Higher temperatures, along with other extreme weather events like wildfires, intense storms and sea level rise, could affect the Metro system and impact your experience as a rider.
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Categories: Transportation News
The hottest day ever in Los Angeles was actually September (27th) 2010. 113 Degrees dowtown. It was awful.
Or maybe we enter a mini ice age and the trains will be delayed by snow and trains will need heaters.