Really hot. Like 100.4 degrees hot. Not so unusual for the desert Southwest in late June, but this temperature was recorded Saturday in Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town above the Arctic Circle nearly 3,000 miles northeast of Moscow. It’s a new record high for the town of 1,300 which is already “recognized by the Guinness World Records for the most extreme temperature range, with a low of minus-90 F and a previous high of 98.96 F.” And summer just began.
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