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Paris could break all-time heat record this week as scorching temps bake Europe

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 23 July 2019
Another record-smashing heat wave has overspread much of Europe, threatening all-time high temperatures in Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.
 
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Paris Records Its Hottest Day Ever On Thursday, the City of Lights topped out at 108.6° Fahrenheit. It was the hottest day in Paris' recorded history, handily breaking the record of 104.7° F, set in 1947. A dangerous heat wave broke temperature records all over Western Europe and in the U.K. Met...

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