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I'm a student in the UK. Specifically, London.
Recently, temperatures have been reaching more than 32 degrees, 35 in some instances. The gigantic heatwave was caused by warm air blowing its way to the south of the country. A ball boy fainted in the heat of 41 degrees at Wimbledon tennis stadium. People weren't prepared at all, and teachers and students have been fainting around the school and generally struggling to keep cool. It's still boiling, and the first of July was apparently its hottest July day, with temperatures hitting 37 degrees, even into the forties.
For those that live in the US, is it this hot there?