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Crowds line the shore at Manhattan Beach, Calif. as a late winter heat wave sent temperatures soaring in Southern California on March, 14, 2015. Los Angeles temperatures in mid-March typically top out around 70 degrees, but by that afternoon, the downtown temperature hit the 91-degree mark. Santa Monica reached 93 degrees, and Torrance, adjacent to Manhattan Beach, hit 95 degrees. (AP Photo/John Antczak)

(Bloomberg) — A day after California imposed mandatory water restrictions to battle a four-year drought, a new study on global warming suggests the worst is yet to come.

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