Temperatures soared to over 90 degrees in Southern California with several areas smashing records by Wednesday afternoon.
According to the National Weather Service temperatures reached 10 to 15 degrees above average, SFgate reported.
In San Diego, temperatures had never reached above 90 degrees this late in the year, however, today temperatures soared to 92 degrees.
Pictured here is a map of California showing the various different temperatures Wednesday
Additionally temperatures escalated to 90 degrees in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
The Carmel Valley, Pinnacles National Park and King City hit highs of 90 degrees, with Big Sur sitting a warm 80 degrees.
Meanwhile an all-time high for November was recorded at the Camarillo Airport, where temperatures reached a staggering 99 degrees.
Julia Hahn of Hermosa Beach, California builds a Thanksgiving turkey in the sand on November 22 at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California
Additionally Oxnard broke the record temperature for November 22, hitting 91 degrees before noon and eventually pushing to 97 degrees.
San Jose reached 76 degrees, breaking the previous 1924 record of 75, while Salinas peaked at 85 degrees, exceeding the 2015 record of 78.
The San Francisco area was a little cooler at 70 degrees thanks to a gentle breeze.
Similarly Napa was a comfortable temperature of 68, whilst Concord was 72 and Livermore 70.
A man and his daughter walk into the water, November 22 at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California
People sunbathe and play, November 22 at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California