Today: July 16, 2024
Today: July 16, 2024

Las Vegas eyes record of 5th consecutive day over 115 degrees as heat wave continues to scorch US

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Used to shrugging off the heat, Las Vegas residents are now eyeing the thermometer as the desert city is on track Wednesday to set a record for the most consecutive days over 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46.1 Celsius) amid a lingering hot spell that will continue scorching much of the U.S. into the weekend.

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