Austin, Texas, has had a record-breaking July. However, it's not nearly cause for celebration.
The National Weather Service said that temperatures of 105 degrees Fahrenheit or above
recorded for ten consecutive days. This surpasses the record established by the city in 1923.
So it's obvious that things are heating up. Extreme temperatures are ensuring that this is a time to
while it would ordinarily have been the time for pool days, barbecues, popsicles, and the like.
But in addition to restricting outside activities, the current heat wave is also having unforeseen