This May Was the Hottest in Miami on Record
First we had a winter so brutally cold, by our standards anyway, that it literally killed iguanas, and now the warmer months are already shaping up to be record-breaking as well. The Sun-Sentinel reports thermometers at Miami International Airport indicated what your sweat-stained undershirts and air-conditioning bill might have already known: It was the hottest May in the city since records have been kept.
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