The summer that won't go away: Record-high temperatures scorch parts of US as with weather in some cities reaching nearly 100 degrees in mid-October

Record-high temperatures have been scorching through the United State.
Fall weather was put on hold for large swaths of the country Monday in a phenomenon meteorologists call an 'Indian summer.'
The heat wave pushed some areas to temperatures close to 100 degrees — and nearly a dozen cities tied or broke previous records for hot weather.
TUESDAY OUTLOOK 70s will surge into parts of interior northern New England and southern New England
80s will persist in the Northeast at least as far north as the Syracuse-Albany corridor
Some 90s will bake parts of the Deep South
Potential record high... read more

18 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail

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