Alex Tardy

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Guest

Meteorologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in San Diego

Alex Tardy on KCRW

It’s going to hit more than 120 degrees in Palm Springs and Death Valley today, and 96 degrees in the Valley.

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Remember El Niño? We came into this year with big predictions for rain. But now February is over and, here in L.A. at least, it was one of the hottest on record. What gives?

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