Phoenix's Current Extreme Temperatures Continue To Break Records

PHOENIX, ARIZONA - AUGUST 03: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) A dehydrated fledgling Gila woodpecker is cared for in the triage room at Liberty Wildlife, an animal rehabilitation center and hospital, on August 3, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona. Liberty Wildlife sees approximately 10,000 animals each year but has already treated about 8,000 in 2023, partly due to Phoenix’s brutal summer heat wave. Part of the facility operates in a similar manner to a human hospital, with an intensive care unit, triage room and orphan care area. While Phoenix endures periods of extreme heat every year, the average temperature during July was 102.7 degrees, the highest monthly temperature ever for a U.S. city. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
PHOENIX, ARIZONA - AUGUST 03: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) A dehydrated fledgling Gila woodpecker is cared for in the triage room at Liberty Wildlife, an animal rehabilitation center and hospital, on August 3, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona. Liberty Wildlife sees approximately 10,000 animals each year but has already treated about 8,000 in 2023, partly due to Phoenix’s brutal summer heat wave. Part of the facility operates in a similar manner to a human hospital, with an intensive care unit, triage room and orphan care area. While Phoenix endures periods of extreme heat every year, the average temperature during July was 102.7 degrees, the highest monthly temperature ever for a U.S. city. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Phoenix's Current Extreme Temperatures Continue To Break Records
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