Residents of the Southwest U.S. are gearing up for what could be the worst heatwave to strike the region since 1990.
From Sunday through Wednesday, high temperatures in Phoenix, Arizona, could reach 120 degrees Fahrenheit, which would be only the fourth time that has happened since record taking began there.
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Death Valley will live up to its fame as the hottest location in the U.S., with temperatures exceeding 120 degrees, while similar heat roasts California's Coachella Valley and inland portions of San Diego and Los Angeles counties. Read more...
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