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Another 110-degree day for Phoenix

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Arizona, USA

Excessive Heat Advisory

PHOENIX (AP) - A heat advisory has been posted for Phoenix, which Wednesday broke its record for most days during a calendar year of temperatures of at least 110.

Phoenix has had 29 days this year where the mercury has hit at least 110. The old mark, set in 1970 and tied in 2002 and again Tuesday, was 28 days.

It was 113 Wednesday, which tied the record high for an August 29.

The National Weather Service forecast a high of 110 for Thursday Aug 30


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