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Daily weather diary, Heat, May Weather Events, Weather Records, Weather History
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|Title: Weather Diary 21 May 1896|
Concept: Desert heat.
Detail: Though the summer solstice is still a month away (marking
the astronomical or "official" beginning of summer), things got off to a
good start in Salton, CA on this date in 1896. That desert
locale reached a sizzling 124°F, highest ever measured in the U.S.
during the month of May. One has to be careful about frying eggs "on the
sidewalk" when it's that hot - they may easily burn.