RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Several heat records have been broken across Riverside County as exceptionally hot temperatures continued to roast Riverside County and elevate the fire danger. The city of Riverside broke the all-time high-temperature record for September, reaching 117 degrees Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. The previous record of 115 degrees was set in 1955. Meanwhile, Palm Springs broke its high-temperature record for September 6, topping out at 117 degrees, the NWS said. The previous record of 114 degrees was set in 1986. The heat didn't spare the mountain areas with Idyllwild hitting 103 degrees Sunday, tying the all-time record high, set just two years ago. Temperatures are expected to drop by a few degrees Monday. An excessive heat warning will remain in eff
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