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Summer heat waves bring scorching temperatures to US in 2024

Sloane Thompsonand Millie the dog cool off in Corn Creek in Wetumpka, Ala., on Wednesday July 10, 2024.
Sloane Thompsonand Millie the dog cool off in Corn Creek in Wetumpka, Ala., on Wednesday July 10, 2024.
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Sam Winnegrad and David, 9, brace for impact as a bucket of water pours water on them at the McFee park splash pad on a hot day on Saturday, July 6, 2024 in Farragut, Tenn.
Sam Winnegrad and David, 9, brace for impact as a bucket of water pours water on them at the McFee park splash pad on a hot day on Saturday, July 6, 2024 in Farragut, Tenn.
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Joe Gonzales, 79, sweats while he rakes up debris left by Hurricane Beryl on Monday, July, 8, 2024, in near Matagorda, Texas.
Joe Gonzales, 79, sweats while he rakes up debris left by Hurricane Beryl on Monday, July, 8, 2024, in near Matagorda, Texas.
Angela Piazza, Corpus Christi Caller-Times-鶹ý NETWORK
Fans weather the 100 degree plus heat to watch a baseball game between the Eugene Challengers and Roseburg’s Doc Stewarts at Swede Johnson Stadium in Eugene July 8, 2024.
Fans weather the 100 degree plus heat to watch a baseball game between the Eugene Challengers and Roseburg’s Doc Stewarts at Swede Johnson Stadium in Eugene July 8, 2024.
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Alicia (left) and James Janowiak, of Fort Pierce, relax in the water of the Fort Pierce inlet on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at South Causeway Park in Fort Pierce.
Alicia (left) and James Janowiak, of Fort Pierce, relax in the water of the Fort Pierce inlet on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at South Causeway Park in Fort Pierce.
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Maria Verso of Phoenix drips water over her head at Sunrise Park as an all-time high of 124 degrees sets a record in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Maria Verso of Phoenix drips water over her head at Sunrise Park as an all-time high of 124 degrees sets a record in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Taya Gray, The Desert Sun
Pedestrians use umbrellas to shield themselves from the sunshine during excessive heat in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Pedestrians use umbrellas to shield themselves from the sunshine during excessive heat in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Taya Gray, The Desert Sun Via 鶹ý Network
Gardener Martino Reyes of Palm Springs prepares to take a break while working in extreme heat in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Gardener Martino Reyes of Palm Springs prepares to take a break while working in extreme heat in Palm Springs, Calif., on Friday, July 5, 2024.
Taya Gray, The Desert Sun
Maggy Johnston, an outreach coordinator with Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, wraps a cold towel around Michael Pesterfluid during the heat wave on Friday, July 5, 2024, in Salem, Ore.
Maggy Johnston, an outreach coordinator with Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, wraps a cold towel around Michael Pesterfluid during the heat wave on Friday, July 5, 2024, in Salem, Ore.
Kevin Neri, Statesman Journal Via 鶹ý Network
Tracy Bouzoumita, of Saddle Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps., holds a bottle of water to her head as she tries to cool off in the heat while at the scene of a fire in Elmwood Park, N.J., July 4, 2024.
Tracy Bouzoumita, of Saddle Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps., holds a bottle of water to her head as she tries to cool off in the heat while at the scene of a fire in Elmwood Park, N.J., July 4, 2024.
Michael Karas, NorthJersey.com Via 鶹ý Network
Crystal Stovall and her 2-year-old daughter Lyric Stovall cool off in the waters of the Oak Park Pool in Stockton, Calif. on July 2, 2024.
Crystal Stovall and her 2-year-old daughter Lyric Stovall cool off in the waters of the Oak Park Pool in Stockton, Calif. on July 2, 2024.
Clifford Oto, The Stockton Record Via 鶹ý Network
A/C Repairman Chris Slack, owner of Direct Service Heating and Air, wipes the sweat from his face while checking the temperature drop on an air conditioner duct work in the attic of a home in Northeast Ocala, Fla., Monday afternoon, July 1, 2024. Slack was using a digital thermometer. Temperatures can reach into the 130 degrees Fahrenheit in an attic. Slack says that you have to take breaks from the heat when working in the attic. "You could set up a lawn chair up here and have your own sauna," Slack said about the heat.
A/C Repairman Chris Slack, owner of Direct Service Heating and Air, wipes the sweat from his face while checking the temperature drop on an air conditioner duct work in the attic of a home in Northeast Ocala, Fla., Monday afternoon, July 1, 2024. Slack was using a digital thermometer. Temperatures can reach into the 130 degrees Fahrenheit in an attic. Slack says that you have to take breaks from the heat when working in the attic. "You could set up a lawn chair up here and have your own sauna," Slack said about the heat.
Doug Engle, Ocala Star-Banner Via 鶹ý Network
Glen Garner, who is homeless, tries to cool off in the 99-degree heat in Edward Rendon Sr. Park at Festival Beach on Monday July 1, 2024. “It’s tough,” he said of trying to survive the extreme heat.
Glen Garner, who is homeless, tries to cool off in the 99-degree heat in Edward Rendon Sr. Park at Festival Beach on Monday July 1, 2024. “It’s tough,” he said of trying to survive the extreme heat.
Jay Janner, American-Statesman
A Howell High school graduate stays cool as temperatures rose into the 90s during their ceremony on the football field Thursday, June 20, 2024 in Farmingdale, N.J.
A Howell High school graduate stays cool as temperatures rose into the 90s during their ceremony on the football field Thursday, June 20, 2024 in Farmingdale, N.J.
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Peaches Ricketts of Louisville tries to cool off with cold water and a portable fan at the 2024 Louisville Funk Fest Friday June 21, 2024. Temperatures reached the mid 90s late in the afternoon before dropping after the sun set.
Peaches Ricketts of Louisville tries to cool off with cold water and a portable fan at the 2024 Louisville Funk Fest Friday June 21, 2024. Temperatures reached the mid 90s late in the afternoon before dropping after the sun set.
Matt Stone, Courier Journal / 鶹ý NETWORK
A man cools off in a fountain in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first day of summer on June 20, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast are experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
A man cools off in a fountain in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first day of summer on June 20, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast are experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
A young visitor to the U.S. Capitol Building drinks in the shade as much of the Northeast braces for a heat wave on June 21, 2024, in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
A young visitor to the U.S. Capitol Building drinks in the shade as much of the Northeast braces for a heat wave on June 21, 2024, in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
Andrew Harnik, Getty Images
People relax at an artificial beach in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first full day of summer on June 21, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
People relax at an artificial beach in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first full day of summer on June 21, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
A woman gets water from a fountain in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first full day of summer on June 21, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
A woman gets water from a fountain in Manhattan on a sweltering afternoon on the first full day of summer on June 21, 2024, in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area, causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists predict this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Children with parents cool off in the water at the KidVenture2 splash pad at the Anderson 鶹ý and Entertainment Complex in Anderson, S.C., Friday, June 21, 2024.
Children with parents cool off in the water at the KidVenture2 splash pad at the Anderson 鶹ý and Entertainment Complex in Anderson, S.C., Friday, June 21, 2024.
Ken Ruinard, Independent Mail, 鶹ý NETWORK
Piper Clark plays with parents Tim and Amber Clark at the Carolina Wren Park Splash Pad in Anderson, S.C. Friday, June 21, 2024.
Piper Clark plays with parents Tim and Amber Clark at the Carolina Wren Park Splash Pad in Anderson, S.C. Friday, June 21, 2024.
Ken Ruinard, Anderson Independent Mail Via 鶹ý Network
Kids beat the heat by diving into the North River, which divides Norwell and Marshfield, on Thursday, June 20, 2024.
Kids beat the heat by diving into the North River, which divides Norwell and Marshfield, on Thursday, June 20, 2024.
Greg Derr, The Patriot Ledger Via 鶹ý Network
Our West Bayfront Neighborhood Asset Manager Dana Stewart, top, sqeezes water onto Jazmyn Griffin, 9, while working at Westerdahl Park in Erie, Pa. on June 20, 2024. Stewart led Griffin and her two brothers as they spread mulch in the small park.
Our West Bayfront Neighborhood Asset Manager Dana Stewart, top, sqeezes water onto Jazmyn Griffin, 9, while working at Westerdahl Park in Erie, Pa. on June 20, 2024. Stewart led Griffin and her two brothers as they spread mulch in the small park.
Greg Wohlford, Erie Times-News Via 鶹ý Network
A billboard displays the temperature of 113 degrees in Phoenix on June 20, 2024.
A billboard displays the temperature of 113 degrees in Phoenix on June 20, 2024.
Rob Schumacher, The Arizona Republic Via 鶹ý Network
People try to cool off at Coney Island on a sweltering afternoon on the first day of summer on June 20, 2024 in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists are predicting that this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
People try to cool off at Coney Island on a sweltering afternoon on the first day of summer on June 20, 2024 in New York City. New York City and much of the Northeast is experiencing higher than usual temperatures as a heat wave blankets the area causing the heat index to feel over 100 degrees in many states. Meteorologists are predicting that this could be one of the hottest summers on record.
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
People walk past a vendor selling water along the Brooklyn Bridge amid a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in New York City. New Yorkers, along with millions of others in parts of the Northeast, are sweltering under heat advisories this week with temperatures reaching into the 90s and humidity making some areas feel above 100 degrees.
People walk past a vendor selling water along the Brooklyn Bridge amid a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in New York City. New Yorkers, along with millions of others in parts of the Northeast, are sweltering under heat advisories this week with temperatures reaching into the 90s and humidity making some areas feel above 100 degrees.
Michael M. Santiago, Getty Images
Issa the dog drinks water out of the hands of their owner amid a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in the Flatbush neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough in New York City.
Issa the dog drinks water out of the hands of their owner amid a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in the Flatbush neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough in New York City.
Michael M. Santiago, Getty Images
A migrant, with symptoms of dehydration after crossing into the United States from Mexico, receives medical attention by paramedics and firefighters from the Sunland Park Department, during a day with high temperatures, in Sunland Park, N.M., June 19, 2024.
A migrant, with symptoms of dehydration after crossing into the United States from Mexico, receives medical attention by paramedics and firefighters from the Sunland Park Department, during a day with high temperatures, in Sunland Park, N.M., June 19, 2024.
Jose Luis Gonzalez, Reuters
A man is attended to after fainting in the heat outside the Supreme Court as much of the Northeast experiences a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
A man is attended to after fainting in the heat outside the Supreme Court as much of the Northeast experiences a heat wave on June 20, 2024 in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
Andrew Harnik, Getty Images
Providence families flocked to Fargnoli Water Park on Smith St. Wednesday, June 19, 2024 in the afternoon trying to cool down and beat the high heat and humidity that blanketed the state.
Providence families flocked to Fargnoli Water Park on Smith St. Wednesday, June 19, 2024 in the afternoon trying to cool down and beat the high heat and humidity that blanketed the state.
Kris Craig, The Providence Journal Via 鶹ý Network
People cool off at the lakefront as temperatures climbed above 90 degrees Fahrenheit on June 19, 2024 in Chicago. A heat wave has brought record warm temperatures to much of the Midwest and Northeast areas of the country this week.
People cool off at the lakefront as temperatures climbed above 90 degrees Fahrenheit on June 19, 2024 in Chicago. A heat wave has brought record warm temperatures to much of the Midwest and Northeast areas of the country this week.
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A child stands at a fountain in Georgetown Waterfront Park amid a heat wave in Washington, June 19, 2024.
A child stands at a fountain in Georgetown Waterfront Park amid a heat wave in Washington, June 19, 2024.
Craig Hudson, Reuters
Oscar Feliciano, 1, plays in a spray park at Reservoir Park as much of the Northeast braces for a heat wave on June 19, 2024 in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
Oscar Feliciano, 1, plays in a spray park at Reservoir Park as much of the Northeast braces for a heat wave on June 19, 2024 in Washington, DC. Temperatures are forecasted to soar into the high 90s, with a heat index surpassing 100 degrees.
Andrew Harnik, Getty Images
June 19, 2024: People take refuge at Carson beach from the blazing sun during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
June 19, 2024: People take refuge at Carson beach from the blazing sun during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
JOSEPH PREZIOSO, AFP Via Getty Images
June 19, 2024: Children enjoy a splash pad on the Greenway during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
June 19, 2024: Children enjoy a splash pad on the Greenway during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
JOSEPH PREZIOSO, AFP Via Getty Images
June 19, 2024: An ice cream truck serves up ice cream cones to a parent during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US on June 18, 2024, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
June 19, 2024: An ice cream truck serves up ice cream cones to a parent during a heatwave in Boston, Massachusetts. Extreme heat and high humidity smothered the central and northeastern US on June 18, 2024, with temperature records expected to melt away in the coming days, authorities warned. Forecasters predicted temperatures could hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 38 Celsius) in parts of New England by June 20.
JOSEPH PREZIOSO, AFP Via Getty Images
(L-R). Yezica Jimenez 16, Luzmaria Celis, 13, and Sandra Cortez stand under a water barrel at the splash pad inside Waterfront Park in Louisville, Ky. on June 18, 2024. Louisville is expected to have sustained temperatures in the 90's all week.
(L-R). Yezica Jimenez 16, Luzmaria Celis, 13, and Sandra Cortez stand under a water barrel at the splash pad inside Waterfront Park in Louisville, Ky. on June 18, 2024. Louisville is expected to have sustained temperatures in the 90's all week.
Sam Upshaw Jr., The Louisville Courier Journal Via 鶹ý Network
A chicken rests in a shaded flowerbed out of the extreme heat during the afternoon of June 17, 2024 in North Central Ohio.
A chicken rests in a shaded flowerbed out of the extreme heat during the afternoon of June 17, 2024 in North Central Ohio.
Zach Tuggle, News Journal Via 鶹ý Network
Royce Mauldin, of Detroit, makes an attempt to end up at the center of Dodge Fountain in Hart Plaza after several attempts while finding relief from the heat in downtown Detroit on Monday, June 17, 2024.
Royce Mauldin, of Detroit, makes an attempt to end up at the center of Dodge Fountain in Hart Plaza after several attempts while finding relief from the heat in downtown Detroit on Monday, June 17, 2024.
Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press Via 鶹ý Network
Albert Finnell picks up a room air conditioner from St. Vincent de Paul in Cincinnati on Monday, June 17, 2024. Finnell was getting the air conditioner for his neighbor, who just had major surgery. The community assistance agency started with 500 fans in May and now have only 25 left. They are actively fundraising to get more units.
Albert Finnell picks up a room air conditioner from St. Vincent de Paul in Cincinnati on Monday, June 17, 2024. Finnell was getting the air conditioner for his neighbor, who just had major surgery. The community assistance agency started with 500 fans in May and now have only 25 left. They are actively fundraising to get more units.
Liz Dufour, The Cincinnati Enquirer Via 鶹ý Network
Karan Pithadiya glances over at the temperature on the sign giving time and temperature in Springfield, Ill. on Monday, June 17, 2024.
Karan Pithadiya glances over at the temperature on the sign giving time and temperature in Springfield, Ill. on Monday, June 17, 2024.
Thomas J. Turney, The State Journal-Register Via 鶹ý Network
Connor Pollitt, 16, wipes the sweat off his face while taking a tennis class at the Velasco Tennis Center in Springfield, Ill., June 17, 2024.
Connor Pollitt, 16, wipes the sweat off his face while taking a tennis class at the Velasco Tennis Center in Springfield, Ill., June 17, 2024.
Thomas J. Turney, The State Journal-Register Via 鶹ý Network
Zion Robinson, 6, cools down at the Splash Pad at Southwind Park in Springfield, Ill., Monday, June 17, 2024.
Zion Robinson, 6, cools down at the Splash Pad at Southwind Park in Springfield, Ill., Monday, June 17, 2024.
Thomas J. Turney, The State Journal-Register Via 鶹ý Network
Jeff Nerby, with Arrow-Crete Construction, wipes away the sweat on a hot and humid day while working on a project involving a bump out for a bike path car the corner of East Well Street in North Milwaukee Street in Milwaukee on Monday, June 17, 2024. Milwaukee is likely to see record-breaking high temperatures in the 90s through at least Wednesday.
Jeff Nerby, with Arrow-Crete Construction, wipes away the sweat on a hot and humid day while working on a project involving a bump out for a bike path car the corner of East Well Street in North Milwaukee Street in Milwaukee on Monday, June 17, 2024. Milwaukee is likely to see record-breaking high temperatures in the 90s through at least Wednesday.
Mike De Sisti, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Via 鶹ý Network
A deer peers out from a bed of vegetation, staying cool in the summer heat at Scioto Audubon Metro Park near downtown Columbus, Ohio, on June 17, 2024.
A deer peers out from a bed of vegetation, staying cool in the summer heat at Scioto Audubon Metro Park near downtown Columbus, Ohio, on June 17, 2024.
Barbara J. Perenic, Columbus Dispatch Via 鶹ý Network
Residents cool off at the beach in Humboldt Park on June 17, 2024 in Chicago as temperatures in the city were are expected to hit near a record as they reached into the mid to high 90 degree range.
Residents cool off at the beach in Humboldt Park on June 17, 2024 in Chicago as temperatures in the city were are expected to hit near a record as they reached into the mid to high 90 degree range.
Scott Olson, Getty Images
Edwin Mendez cools off with his son Isiah at the beach in Humboldt Park on June 17, 2024 in Chicago.
Edwin Mendez cools off with his son Isiah at the beach in Humboldt Park on June 17, 2024 in Chicago.
Scott Olson, Getty Images
Jon Batiste fans take in his performance on the What Stage at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn., Saturday, June 15, 2024. Temperatures hit the mid-90s, but as the sun began to descend and the heat subsided, Bonnaroovians became more active and the dust began to rise creating a hazy backdrop.
Jon Batiste fans take in his performance on the What Stage at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn., Saturday, June 15, 2024. Temperatures hit the mid-90s, but as the sun began to descend and the heat subsided, Bonnaroovians became more active and the dust began to rise creating a hazy backdrop.
Denny Simmons, The Tennessean Via 鶹ý Network
Children play at spray-ground, Sunday, June 16, 2024, at Smale Riverfront Park in Cincinnati. The first heat wave of the year hit with high temperatures continuing into the next week.
Children play at spray-ground, Sunday, June 16, 2024, at Smale Riverfront Park in Cincinnati. The first heat wave of the year hit with high temperatures continuing into the next week.
Frank Bowen IV, The Cincinnati Enquirer Via 鶹ý Network
As temperatures exceeded 90 degrees, people found shady areas for relaxing during the N.C. Blueberry Festival in Burgaw, N.C. on Saturday, June 15, 2024.
As temperatures exceeded 90 degrees, people found shady areas for relaxing during the N.C. Blueberry Festival in Burgaw, N.C. on Saturday, June 15, 2024.
Renee Spencer, Wilmington Star News Via 鶹ý Network
El Pasoans protect themselves from the sun with umbrellas as they walk the streets of Downtown El Paso, where temperatures hit triple digits yet again on Thursday, June 13, 2024.
El Pasoans protect themselves from the sun with umbrellas as they walk the streets of Downtown El Paso, where temperatures hit triple digits yet again on Thursday, June 13, 2024.
Gaby Velasquez, El Paso Times Via 鶹ý Network
A self-driving car drives in downtown Phoenix last month as the temperature of 115 degrees is displayed on a digital billboard. Summer heat and sun can cause cosmetic damage to your car and create potentially dangerous driving conditions.
A self-driving car drives in downtown Phoenix last month as the temperature of 115 degrees is displayed on a digital billboard. Summer heat and sun can cause cosmetic damage to your car and create potentially dangerous driving conditions.
Rob Schumacher, The Arizona Republic Via 鶹ý Network
Tourists find shade from the sun at a cooling station, which blows cold air conditioning and sells water, at the Hoover Dam in Boulder City, Nevada, on June 8, 2024, as a heat wave continues to hit the area.
Tourists find shade from the sun at a cooling station, which blows cold air conditioning and sells water, at the Hoover Dam in Boulder City, Nevada, on June 8, 2024, as a heat wave continues to hit the area.
Jim Watson, AFP Via Getty Images
The right engine of a Southwest Airlines 737 appears to melt off the wing from the mirage of heat rising from the runway as it lands at Sky Harbor International Airport as the temperature hit 119 degrees on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
The right engine of a Southwest Airlines 737 appears to melt off the wing from the mirage of heat rising from the runway as it lands at Sky Harbor International Airport as the temperature hit 119 degrees on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
Tom Tingle, The Arizona Republic Via 鶹ý Network
The sun shines through a saguaro cactus in Phoenix, Ariona, on June 7, 2024. Millions remain under heat alerts as Phoenix and Las Vegas break temperature records, with Phoenix reaching a sweltering 113 degrees Fahrenheit on June 6, 20245, beating the previous daily record for this time of year of 111 degrees set in 2016.
The sun shines through a saguaro cactus in Phoenix, Ariona, on June 7, 2024. Millions remain under heat alerts as Phoenix and Las Vegas break temperature records, with Phoenix reaching a sweltering 113 degrees Fahrenheit on June 6, 20245, beating the previous daily record for this time of year of 111 degrees set in 2016.
Jim Watson, AFP Via Getty Images
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