The hottest temperature ever recorded in Phoenix was 122 degrees back on June 26, 1990. Even more amazing? Our hottest overnight low was 96 degrees on July 15, 2003.
Check out our top tips for staying safe and healthy in the Arizona heat.
The Valley's growth and expansive pavement is storing daytime heating, keeping our low temperatures on the rise.
Heat-related injuries fall into three major categories: heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heatstroke.
Learn how to understand the difference between Excessive Heat Outlooks, Watches and Warnings, and when they're issued.
It happens every summer in Arizona -- children and pets are left inside parked cars, while people run "quick" errands, but temperatures inside can be deadly in a matter of minutes.
Find out how long it will take before you burn in the sun.
The effects of heat on the body are known as heat stress. Discover what the heat stress index is, based on temperature and humidity.
The sun can provide relief from aching joints, acne and psoriasis. It's also a great source of Vitamin D. But, experts agree the extreme dangers from too much sun outweigh the benefits.
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