Paris reached its second-highest temperature ever recorded according to Meteo France, with a high temperature of 39.7 degrees Celsius, or 103.5 degrees Fahrenheit. This falls short of the all-time record of 40.4 degrees Celsius, or 104.72 degrees Fahrenheit.& W-Two-Time:
Temperatures in Paris are forecast to stay in the upper 30s Celsius, or upper 90s to low 100s Fahrenheit, for the remainder of the week and into midweek next week.
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Yet it's been more or less seasonable here in Hell itself, if "muggy".
113 in Walla Walla? Historical E. Washington
heat wave shatters records
*And that's only the part of the planet where it's summer.