(Credit: NASA Earth Observatory) Earlier this summer – just in late June actually – an oppressive heat wave struck Europe centered on France and Germany. In France, the city of Gallargues-le-Montueux, near the city of Nîmes, hit 114.6 degrees F (45.9 degrees C) – breaking the country’s all-time heat record, set in 2003, by an astounding 3 degrees F. Germany, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, the Czech […]

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