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Sizzling heat continues to affect Oklahoma with near-record heat and temperatures propelled by extreme drought conditions.
Oklahoma City may set an all-time high temperature record, after sweating through the warmest day since 1936.
A river of rain and snowmelt plunging into Yosemite Valley collide against rocks at the bottom, sending up a rainbow.
Preliminary climate data shows that July was one of the hottest months on record, from Denver to D.C.
Dangerous heat is scorching a region from Kansas to Mississippi, with all-time temperature records in jeopardy.
High temperatures are soaring into the triple digits from Oklahoma to Arkansas, as the record warm summer of 2012 drags on.
On his Comedy Central show, Stephen Colbert tackled the massive U.S. drought and its impacts on agriculture.
So many records have been broken or tied so far this summer that it can be difficult to make sense of it all. We keep track so you don't have to.