Temperatures Close To Record Highs During Heat Wave Across Southwest US
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 () Airlines were already canceling flights in Arizona and officials were urging people to be careful around concrete, playground equipment, and vehicle interiors on Monday as a heat wave was threatening to reach temperatures close to 120 degrees to the Southwest United States, according to ABC News. While it's focused on Arizona, Nevada and California were also dealing with scorching heat as Las Vegas is forecasted to reach 117 degrees (47 Celsius) on Tuesday for the first day of summer and heat warnings are across all of California. The National Weather Service had scaled back their original forecast for Phoenix from 120 or higher, a number not seen for the city in more than 20 years, to the...
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