Las Vegas sets July heat records

(ORDO NEWS) — July 2020 set heat records in Las Vegas, Nevada, including the seventh hottest July on record and a record high valley temperature of 35 ° C (95 ° F) on Thursday night, July 30, 2020.

While Las Vegas ended the month on July 31 with a maximum temperature of 44.4 ° C (112 ° F), Death Valley National Park set a record 51.7 ° C (125 ° F).

Eagle broke the 1978 record of 47.2 ° C (117 ° C), recording 121 ° C (49.4 ° F) on the same day.

The monthly average temperature was 34.9 ° C (94.9 ° F), 1.3 ° C (2.3 ° F) above normal. The highest temperature was recorded on July 12: a scorching 45 ° C (113 ° F).

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