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Alaska Temperatures Near 100 Degrees

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June 25, 2013
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A heat wave is creating record temperatures in the US's northernmost state, brought about by unusual behavior in the jet stream.


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Boiling Water Freezes Before It Hits Siberian Soil

Boiling Water Freezes Before It Hits Siberian Soil

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