Temperatures around the world are exploding and humanity is looking at it and talking to each other about it and that’s it. If the world waits even longer to take action, I see it gloomy for the future and we saddle the new generation with a problem that cannot be solved anymore.
Temperatures peaked at 32.22 Celsius (90F) on 4 July at an airport in Anchorage, the state’s largest city.
National Weather Service meteorologist Bob Clay said Anchorage’s average high temperature for US Independence Day is 23.89C (75F).
Other local records were set across southern Alaska and come after five weeks of above average temperatures.
Parasols, ice lollies and inflatable pool toys were deployed at Goose Lake, Anchorage, Alaska as residents used to cooler temperatures tried to beat record breaking heat An “all-time high” temperature record has been set in the US state of Alaska , despite much of the country sitting in the […]
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