Phoenix's Current Extreme Temperatures Continue To Break Records

PHOENIX, ARIZONA - AUGUST 03: Henry, a barn owl, is sprayed down with water by a volunteer at Liberty Wildlife, an animal rehabilitation center and hospital, during afternoon temperatures near 110 degrees following the city's worst heat wave on record on August 3, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona. Employees and volunteers spray down the birds with water twice per day in the afternoon, while also utilizing fans and swamp coolers, to prevent them from overheating. 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: Henry, a barn owl, is sprayed down with water by a volunteer at Liberty Wildlife, an animal rehabilitation center and hospital, during afternoon temperatures near 110 degrees following the city's worst heat wave on record on August 3, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona. Employees and volunteers spray down the birds with water twice per day in the afternoon, while also utilizing fans and swamp coolers, to prevent them from overheating. 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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