It's getting hotter in the continental United States with Death Valley just having recorded the hottest month in our country's history reports USA Today.

The below sea level National Park recorded an average temperature of 107.39°F during July of 2017. It also bears mentioning that this number is the average of highs and lows each day.

The hottest day was recorded on July 7, when thermometers measured a temp of 127°F.

The average high for the month was a sweltering 119.6°F with the lowest temp recorded being 89°F. There were also three nights that failed to see temps drop below the 100°F mark.

Find the entire USA Today article here: Death Valley set record for hottest month in U.S. history with average temperature of 107.39 degrees

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