HILL CITY, Kan. (KSNW) – Hill City officially hit 110 degrees on Tuesday.
According to KSN Storm Track 3 Meteorologist Warren Sears, the temperature was shared among three other cities in the United States: Death Valley, California, Rio Grande Village, Texas, and Stovepipe Wells, California.
The heat will stay around for the next several days in Kansas. The Storm Track 3 Forecast says temperatures in northwest Kansas will be closer to average. However, temperatures further east will be at the century mark, with excessive heat warnings and advisories in place.
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