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  • Arizona Daily Star
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City hits 115 to set record for the date.

Desert cities are used to triple-digit temperatures, but the 118 degree high in Phoenix on Sunday broke a record of 115 that stood for 50 years and sent most people in search of coolness.

  • The Arizona Daily Star

Two hikers, a man and a woman, traveling with different hiking groups on separate trails north of Tucson died Sunday, as temperatures soared t…

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  • By Carmen Duarte Originally published in the Arizona Daily Star
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Limit time in the sun, stay indoors, drink plenty of water, experts say. 

    

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  • By Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star
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Limit time in the sun, stay indoors, drink plenty of water, experts say. 

    

  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

Spring is technically still hanging around, but tell that to Mother Nature. Workers spreading asphalt on North Houghton Road south of East Bro…

  • Arizona Daily Star

Weekend temperatures are supposed to be the hottest in nearly two decades.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Highs of 112-113 expected.

  • The Associated Press

About 280 people were evacuated Wednesday and Thursday.

  • Arizona Daily Star
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Temperatures will stay relatively low through Tuesday.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Dangerously high, near-record temperatures are expected through Monday.

  • Arizona Daily Star

It will be a cool day with highs in the mid to upper 50s.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Today's daytime high should be about 10 degrees higher than yesterday.

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  • By Bonnie Henry Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Columnist also feeling the chill this summer at the cinema, supermarket.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Any rainfall is expected to be localized.

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But it was 'more entertaining than usual.'

  • Arizona Daily Star

The highest temperature are expected in the desert west of Tucson.

  • Arizona Daily Star

The historical first date for 100 degrees in Tucson is May 26.

  • The Associated Press

The month ended with five straight days with highs in the lower 90s.

Slight chance of showers east of Tucson.