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Tucson set two heat records in two days — one for the highest high and one for the highest low.
Tucson is literally hot on the trail of yet another scorching record: the most consecutive days on which temperatures soar to 100 degrees or higher.
A mister gives Ian Kurth a cooling, wet breather during an archaeology and history camp in Oro Valley.
Tucson is poised to sizzle its way to a heat record: a month in which every single day tops out at 100 degrees or higher.
Fun's fun, summer's great and all that. But Henry Severson, 4, seems to have had his fill of triple digits at this point, and summer's only just begun. Henry was trying to stay cool Tuesday at the Oro Valley Aquatic Center, 23 W. Calle Concordia.
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