Mercury beat the heat in Arizona
Phoenix in the summer. Temperatures routinely above 100 degrees, and no assurances that it's a "dry heat" can hide the fact that it's just plain blazin' hot.
Too hot to go outside most days. The streets in downtown Phoenix are not particularly well-traveled during the dead of summer, even as the office buildings are full of people, who move from air-conditioned space to air-conditioned space. Restaurants that feature outdoor dining also feature huge misting machines, ...
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