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Britain set for two-week heatwave | Mail Online – Daily Mail
Britain is heading for a sizzling two-week heatwave with temperatures set to soar into the nineties, forecasters predicted today.
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This was recorded at Cheltenham in Gloucestershire on August 3 1990, when temperatures reached 37.1C (98.8F).
The heatwave follows some of the worst weather the UK has seen for centuries after severe floods earlier this year
Arizona is in the grips of a dangerous heat wave that could send temperatures soaring to 118 degrees by the weekend in Phoenix, creating ripe conditions for wildfires and forcing the Border Patrol to ramp up efforts to rescue immigrants succumbing to the stifling heat while crossing the border.
The temperature in Phoenix is expected to climb through Saturday, when forecasters say the heat could set a new record. The record high for the same date in June is 117 degrees set in 1994, said meteorologist Mark O’Malley of the National Weather Service in Phoenix. The forecast for this coming Saturday currently is for 118 degrees.
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I've been doing meteorology for 30 years and the jet stream the last three years has done stuff I've never seen," said Jeff Masters, meteorology director at the private service Weather Underground. "The fact that the jet stream is unusual could be an indicator of something. I'm not saying we know what it is."
Right now, wind patterns in Alaska are carrying air in from the south and southeast. The state's all-time record high was set on Tuesday in Talkeetna, when temperatures spiked at 96 degrees. The small town's previous high was 91 degrees. In the town of McGrath, temperatures reached degrees. Just a few weeks ago, McGrath residents had to bundle up as temperatures dipped to 15 degrees in May.
There is one plus-side to the heat. Fairbanks resident Victoria Smith, 25, says its keeping the usual clouds of mosquitoes at bay, at least during the day. Smith added that her office at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, is like a sauna
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