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Record Heat Continues, but why are temps so hot?

Arizona, USA- After the WARMEST SUMMER ON RECORD since records were first recorded in 1895, they’re moving into fall with RECORD TEMPERATURES as well. Monday, they broke the old record of 92, set in 1980 at Phoenix Sky Harbor, with a high of 93. A strong area of high pressure will continue to dominate their weather for the rest of the work week, and near/ above record high temps will continue.
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