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Midnight Heat: Temperatures and People Sweltered

midnight heat: Temperatures in the eastern and southwestern United States and southeastern Canada have also hit record highs, according to Rabble. In Montreal, people sweltered under temperatures of 36.6 C, the highest ever recorded there, as well as record-breaking extreme midnight heat and humidity, an unpleasant experience shared by people in Ottawa. In early July, the temperature in Ouargla, Algeria, reached 51.3 C, the highest ever recorded in Africa. Dozens of people have died from heat-related causes in Quebec alone. In Northern Siberia, along the Arctic coast, the temperature was over 32 C on July 5, much hotter than ever recorded. Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East have also reached all-time record temperatures. ( As reported in the news.