It’s So Hot in Arizona Objects Are Literally Melting And Burning

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Anyone who has ever been to Arizona will tell you it can get pretty warm there, especially in the summertime. But now, for the third day in a row, cities in Arizona such as Pheonix have broken heat records. The heat has gotten so bad that airports have had to cancel all flights and now it seems Arizona is literally melting.

With tempatures exceeding 120 degree Fahrenheit, it’s easy to understand why so many people are suffering from heat stroke and contact burns. People from all over the state have been taking pictures of the everyday objects around them melting.

Plastic mailboxes are no longer standing at attention as photos show them suddenly  looking like a limp noodle. Perhaps that’s the definition of hot mail?

That’s not the only thing melting. Even the fences, which many probably never realized could melt, have been melting and oozing into the ground.

Street signs have been giving Arizona drivers a bit of a problem as well as the signs have  melted to a point where the green reflective paint has started to drip to the bottom.

And maybe they should just cancel recycling pick ups all together for now. One Arizona resident came outside to put his recycling out and found the bin melted to the point where there is an enourmous hole on the side of the bin.

Since the tempature is record breaking, the weather map, which uses different colcors to distuinguish the severity of the elements, doesn’t have enough colors to show people how hot it’s gonna be.

Some people decided to have a little fun despite the heat, so they began baking on their vehicles’ dashboards. Some were able to bake cookies within an hour and a half.

Have you ever got into a vehicle and the steering wheel was too hot to touch? Residents are laughing at you if you said yes. Apparently, it’s so hot in Arizona that people are having to use oven mitts to touch thier steering wheels.

Saving the best for last, an image of a catus wilting. The sweltering heat has taken its toll on a plant that prominently strives in the heat. Now you know just how bad it really is.