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Johannesburg Residents Warned to Stay Out of the Sun

Earth News: South Africa
Feb 20, 2007
A national warning has been issued by the South African Weather Service as Johannesburg is set to have an uncomfortably hot week. Temperatures that are already high are expected to increase for the rest of the week. Tuesday's temperature of 32° Celsius is expected to boil up to a scorching 34° later this week. "This is the result of the little moisture in the air."
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