While we are here complaining about how hot it’s outside, the temperature in Phoenix has almost reached the record-breaking 122 °F (50 °C) that was recorded on June 26, 1990. It is becoming very hard to escape the insane high heat at that’s why flights are being canceled and things are literally melting.
Saturday was up to 116 °F (47 °C), and 168 °F (76°C) on the concrete and to illustrate how bad the situation is, below you have some shocking images of things melting in Arizona.
If you live there, tell us how bad it is and how you deal with the high temperatures.
Just like the oven.
The plastic wall they put up in the winter is now melting away.
Oven mitts for the steering wheel!
Wait, what? Even the street signs are melting?
So this plastic mailbox melted due to the heat in Mesa, Arizona.
His feet are frying.
Baking cookies in the car is becoming a thing.
The map almost ran out of colors too.
Poor cactus, I wish he could just jump into the pool.
Turns out that airplanes can’t fly now because of the high temperature.
Scorpions get hot too and this woman finds desert critter taking a dip in the pool.
After only one hour staying in the box, this record got badly warped.