Report: PHX could be 10 degrees hotter by 2100

PHOENIX - A new report says that Phoenix summers could be 10 degrees warmer by the end of the century.

According to Climate Central, rising levels of green houses gases could send Phoenix's average summer temperature from 103 to more than 114 degrees.

At 114 degrees, Phoenix would have the same average summer temperature as Kuwait City and other parts of the middle east.

Other U.S. cities would also see temperature increases of between 7 and 12 degrees. That increase would make Boston and Minneapolis feel more like Orlando and Houston.

Climate Centrals reports say the full affects of the heat increase would be felt by 2100.

See today's full forecast here

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