Hot Enough for You?

FILE - In this file photo dated Thursday, July 25, 2019, a bird sits on a straw bale on a field in Frankfurt, Germany, as the sun rises during an ongoing heatwave in Europe. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, FILE)

Nine of the past ten years have had the hottest worldwide temperatures ever recorded. June and July of this year set new monthly highs. The United States has had 45 consecutive months and the world 416 consecutive months above the established normal temperature.

Last year, Los Angeles hit an all-time high of 111 Fahrenheit. Death Valley had the hottest month ever recorded on earth while a city in Oman, experienced the world’s hottest night temperature ever (109 F.) Forest fires in …

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