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HEAT RECORDS SHATTERED WORLDWIDE AS CLIMATE CHANGE EVIDENCE GROWS

By Miriam Raftery
 
Photo:  Simulation of maximum temperatures on July 3 from American (GFS) weather model at two meters above the ground. (University of Maine Climate Reanalyzer)
 
July 22, 2019 (San Diego) -- Around the world, on virtually every continent, all-time heat records were shattered in July, CNN reports. And here in San Diego, a model created by scientists and journalists predict just how hot our region will become in future decades as the impacts of climate change take hold.

MORE HEAT RECORDS SCORCHED; BEACH WARNING ISSUED DUE TO LIGHTNING AND RIP CURRENT DANGERS

 

East County News Service

July 9, 2017 (San Diego’s East County) – Sizzling temperatures on Friday, July 7th, shattered more records.  Borrego Springs reached 120 degrees on Friday, the hottest in 41 years.  Campo hit 108 and Ramona 102 degrees.   The highs reached triple digits again on Saturday, but relief from the heat is in sight, with a tropical storm over Mexico moving into the area today bringing gusty winds, thunderstorms and lightning over inland areas and beaches.