Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Pictures From Arizona’s Heatwave Where Literally Everything Is Melting.

Blame it on global warming for causing extreme climate changes or just the hot, airy desert type environment of Arizona, but if you're living or visiting Phoenix, prepare yourself, because it's going to get hotter than hell this summer.

Most people complain that their city or State gets extremely hot, but with the help of your A/C, you can pretty much survive those horrible sweltering months. But what would happen if the temperatures became so extreme that it put your life at risk? That's exactly what the people living in Phoenix have to deal every day during the summer and it makes life impossible.

Phoenix is considered one of the hottest places in the entire planet.

The temperatures here can reach 140 degrees Fahrenheit. That's insane! We know that Arizona's summer heat is famous, but this seasonal menace continues to get worse.

Phoenix is considered one of the hottest places in the entire planet.

The temperatures continue to rise each year and climate scientists claim it'll be a scorcher this year.

The city is on track to topping temperatures of 120 degrees or worse, especially with concrete and asphalt loading on the temperature increase every decade.

The temperatures continue to rise each year and climate scientists claim it'll be a scorcher this year.

Officials are doing their best to tackle this dangerous situation as soon as possible.

Steps to plant more trees has been one method to cool Phoenix down as well as incorporating cool-roof technology to reverse or reduce the amount of urban heating.

Officials are doing their best to tackle this dangerous situation as soon as possible.

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The temperature is affecting everything, and even technology isn't immune to its effects.

The high temperatures are preventing airplanes from taking off, causing severe delays or cancellations.

The temperature is affecting everything, and even technology isn't immune to its effects.

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If you're looking towards road signs to tell you where to go you're S.O.L.

The high temperatures are causing signs to melt like a wax statue caught in the middle of a horrid fire.

If you're looking towards road signs to tell you where to go you're S.O.L.

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