• 2 More Countries Just Set All-Time Record High Temperatures

    16 days ago - By Fortune

    Summer 2018 has been brutally hot across the United States, but we've hardly got the lock on warm temperatures. South Korea and North Korea both hit all time record highs Wednesday.
    Hongcheon, South Korea hit 104.5 degrees Fahrenheit , breaking the previous high set in 1942, while Pyongyang, North Korea, reportedly hit 100 for the first time. Average temperatures in the region at this time of year are between 73 and 80 degrees.
    The Korean records aren't the first this year. The same heatwave was responsible for all-time highs in Japan of nearly 106 last month.
    Taiwan hit 104.5 and Algeria...
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