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Phoenix breaks a 49-year-old record with its 19th day of 110 Fahrenheit or higher temperature

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The city of Phoenix breaks a 49-year-old record with its 19th consecutive day of temperatures of 43.3 Celsius (110 Fahrenheit) or higher according to weather officials. IMAGES

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