17 Pictures That Show What Extreme Heat Can Do

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Depending on where you live, your opinion about summertime can vary and there is a good reason why. In America, the highest temperature ever recorded was 134 degrees Fahrenheit in 1913 at California’s Death Valley. And this happens to be the highest temperature that was ever recorded on the entire planet. You can only imagine how destructive heat can be at that point, but we also prepared a few visuals to help you understand better.

1. “Just chilling.”

2. “I see your Arizona oven mitts and I raise you Las Vegas melted blinds.”

3. It was not a great day for a road trip in Australia.

4. “Heat wave in California (108° F).”

5. “It’s a 70 degree day in Seattle and my dog is melting.”

6. “It got so hot in my grandma’s house that the candles melted.”

7. “A security man in Egypt decided to cover the dog’s paws to protect him from the hot pavement.”

8. “It’s so hot in Australia the slide melted.”

9. “It’s that time of year again in Arizona.”

10. “This car melted.”

11. “A wall melting in the Arizona summer.”

12. “Our cat confirming the heat wave in India.”

13. “I feel that this melting air freshener is a good testament to the power of a Texas summer.”

14. “How my CD cover got deformed in the sun with the heat wave.”

15. What are you looking at?

16. “It’s so hot here in Australia at the moment, and I wondered why birds weren’t using our bird bath.”

17. “How we beat the heat in Australia. Ice cold can on a warm belly.”

Are you a summer or winter person? Or do you stand somewhere in the middle where you don’t like excessive heat or excessive cold either?


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