There are record high temperatures in parts of California right now. According to NOAA, high temperatures across central California are twelve to fourteen degrees above normal for this time of year. The following information is provided by NOAA as of Tuesday, November 12th.
“Record high temperatures have been set at Redding, Red Bluff and Stockton this afternoon.” – NOAA 11/12/19
Redding 85° (previous 84°, 1933)
Red Bluff 85° (previous 81°, 1969)
Stockton 78° (previous 77°, 2016)
Meanwhile, there have been up to 400 recorded historic lows in other parts of the country.