Hot Spot

Yesterday the hottest spot in Canada was in British Columbia,

where temperatures recorded were at 45 degree celsius. Corn matured faster here, and maybe pigs come home roasted.

The pavement is at 57 degrees, and the car exterior is at 78 degrees, and that can roast pertatoes.

This was measured by Robin Stickley, Global news.

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