As record-breaking temperatures scorched most of the United States last week, Chino hit an all-time high of 120 degrees on July 6, according to the National Weather Service.

It may have been the highest temperature recorded by a National Weather Service automated surface observing system in San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside or San Diego counties, the organization announced.

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