Arizona temperature last week has been literally ground breaking with the scorching June sun. With heat waves reaching 120 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s almost at par with highest documented temperature of 122 degrees Fahrenheit on June 26, 1990. It’s so hot that many have already encountered heat stroke and burns in contact with hot pavement. Other effects are as bizarre as airplanes not allowed to fly, melting road signs, and wilting cactuses! Car interiors are hot enough to be used as ovens for baking and mittens are needed in order to hold the steering wheel. People could even cook eggs on the sidewalk! Take a look at the bizarre results of these extreme temperature spikes in Arizona through the photos below.
1. The Arizona heat is almost at 122 degrees Fahrenheit, which is the highest documented temperature in 1990.
2. It’s so hot that the High Temperature Map almost ran out of color.
3. Airplanes aren’t allowed to fly because of the high temperature.
4. Road signs are experiencing a meltdown.
5. Even this plastic mailbox reached the melting point.
6. Cars became ovens and you can bake cookies in them.
7. And you can even make batches of them.
8. If cars become ovens, it’s just right to use mittens for steering.
9. Who needs flames when you can fry egg by the sidewalk?