Ken Ritter
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July 2, 2013
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June hottest-ever month in Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A deadly heat wave that pushed temperatures in Las Vegas to 115 and above for the last several days — including a record-tying 117 on Sunday — helped make June the hottest ever, the National Weather Service said Monday. Sin City will continue to sizzle beneath near-record temperatures at least through Thursday, meteorologist Chris Stachelski said. The high was expected to reach 116 on Monday at McCarran International Airport, just off the Las Vegas Strip. Friday’s forecast is for a high of only 110 degrees. The intense heat pushed daily highs to 115 on Friday and …

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