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Saturday, May 5, 2018

World Record Breaking Heat Hits Pakistan


On Monday, the southern Pakistani city of Nawabshah likely set a world record for the hottest ever observed temperature in April. It topped out at a blistering 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit. What’s more, the city of 1.1 million people has regularly approached those temperatures since mid-April. Accuweather data shows that every day since April 23, Nawabshah has exceeded a 113-degree high. The overwhelming demand for air conditioning has taxed Pakistan’s electric grid. per Pakistan Today, this has caused rolling blackouts across most of the country. According to Dawn, Pakistan’s largest English daily newspaper, “dozens” of heatstroke victims have required treatment as a result of the soaring temperatures. https://ift.tt/2HPCDYD http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com

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