Las Vegas in the United States recently recorded a record-breaking temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. A user on X (formerly Twitter) said that Las Vegas just hit 120 degrees Fahrenheit. He also said that 120 degrees Fahrenheit was the hottest temperature ever recorded for the city since data 1937. The user also said that the record-breaking temperature in Las Vegas beat the previous all-time record by three degrees. "Palm Springs, California, also hit a new all-time heat record with 124° on Friday," the tweet read. Meanwhile, long-running heat waves have shattered temperature records across the United States. US: Motorcyclist Dies From Heat Exposure As Temperature Reaches 128 in California’s Death Valley.

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