WHAT A SIZZLER! Death Valley records the hottest month EVER on Earth with an average temperature of 42C throughout July
A monsoon storm hit the Valley hard Thursday evening, bringing high winds, low visibility and a massive wall of rolling dust coming from the south.
Death Valley records the hottest month EVER on Earth with an average temperature of 42C throughout July During July 25 to 27 temperatures in the Californian desert rocketed to an oven-like 127F (52.7C) degrees, setting records for each of those four
According to ice core records, the last millennium 1000AD – 2000AD has been the coldest millennium of our current Holocene interglacial.
In honor of our daughter, Sierra, this is her quick and easy description of what it's like here in Phoenix's Sonoran Desert during the summer time
When temperatures soar as they have this week in downtown Phoenix, homeless people ride the air-conditioned light rail to avoid a heat so brutal it killed 155 people in the city and surrounding areas last year.
The power grid in the US is old and tenuous, and with the current "heat dome" that has settled over the southwestern part of the country, the risk of demand outstripping supply is very real. High-temperature records were set in several states yes
While most people still worry about global warming, I am more concerned about the next Ice Age.
Tuesday may be the hottest day of the year in Phoenix with a forecasted high of 118 degrees and that means some energy records at Arizona Public Service may be broken.