Phoenix area marks record heat on Cinco de Mayo, headed for cool down next week
PHOENIX — The city of Phoenix is bringing the heat on Cinco de Mayo.
According to the National Weather Service of Phoenix, the Valley reached a record-breaking temperature of 108 degrees on Friday. The previous record for May 5 was 105 degrees and was set in 1989.
But there could be a light at the end of the (very hot) tunnel: The National Weather Service is also predicting highs in the mid- to high-70s in the Phoenix area next week, due to a cold front that is expected to move in on Saturday.
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