So far, 2020 is the hottest year on record for Phoenix, Arizona, which this week broke its record for most days in a year with a high of at least 110°F, according to the National Weather Service. From June 1 through August 10, it was the hottest summer in Phoenix on record, with an average high of nearly 108°F and an average minimum temperature of over 84°F. The record for days above 110°F, which currently stands at 34, is likely to continue to grow. “Most likely it’ll be over 40 days and counting by this time or earlier next week, and who knows when it’s going to end,” meteorologist Chris Breckenridge told the Republic. (Hottest summer: Arizona Republic, KTAR; Days over 110: Arizona Republic, The Hill; Climate Signals background: Heatwaves)