The list of the 100 hottest days in the world was released on Tuesday.
The list was compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and is based on the average temperature recorded over the past 12 months and the average maximum temperature.
The report says there were 4.35 days with an average temperature of 39.9 degrees Fahrenheit.
There were 1.85 days with a maximum temperature of 42.2 degrees Fahrenheit, and there were 1,903 days with average temperatures of 37.7 degrees Fahrenheit or more.
The hottest days are listed below.
These days are classified as hot or not hot.
The average temperature for each day is shown on the graph below.
The list of hottest days is also available on the Golden Gate Bridge, which is open during the peak of the heat wave.
On the day the bridge is open, the average daily temperature is 33.7 F. It’s also open to visitors at any time during the day, which means the bridge has plenty of shade and cool weather.
The Golden Gate has a history of heat waves, but it’s only recently that the average number of days that the bridge can be open for public visitation has grown to 10.
According to the city, it has a number of measures in place to reduce the risk of heat stroke and heat exhaustion, such as using solar energy, using cooling fans, and keeping the bridge closed during the summer.
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