Relentless heat wave shatters records across US with no end in sight

National Park Service Rangers Gia Ponce (L) and Christina Caparelli are photographed by Ranger Ni… Read More Scorching temperatures continue to shatter records amid a relentless heat wave across the United States.

Monday marked the 18th consecutive day that temperatures at or above 110 degrees Fahrenheit were recorded in Arizona’s capital, tying a record that was set in 1974. A high of 116 degrees was reported at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, tying a record for the same date set in 2005, according to the National Weather Service. The city is expected to break the all-time record for the […]

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