Heat Wave Continues… Vegas Becomes A Ghost Town

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June 21, 2017

Heat-WaveThe streets of Las Vegas and Phoenix have been reduced to ghost towns as temperatures hit 118F and climbing during a punishing heat wave that has grounded planes and left door handles so hot they can leave people with burns.

Temperatures are predicted to reach 120F on the first day of summer in Phoenix, and the heat wave is threatening to bring the ‘deadly’ temperatures to several parts of Arizona, Nevada and California as well.

Las Vegas is likely to hit 117F on Tuesday, as excessive heat warnings cover almost all of California.

The National Weather Service has been forecasting Tuesday highs of 120F or above in Phoenix for the past several days, a number not seen in the desert city for more than 20 years.

  • roboteq

    It is hot in the desert!? Who would have ever thought this could happen? Obviously it must be because mankind has made good use of some natural resource. What else could possibly cause it to get hot in a desert?

  • Jan

    So glad I don’t live there any longer.

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