India shatters records with temperature of 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit
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As we continue to break records for hot temperatures, one city in India is suffering under oppressive record-breaking heat. Phalodi, in northern Rajasthan, registered an extreme temperature of 51 degrees Celsius, which is 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The prior record was set in another city in Rajasthan, Alwar, back in 1956 with a temperature of 50.6 degrees Celsius, or 123 degrees Fahrenheit. This new temperature smashes not only the country high, but the continent high. It's shy of...