Temperatures rise to record in El Nino drought

Temperatures rise to record in El Nino drought

By Blair Burmeister South Africa’s biggest city, Johannesburg, and the capital, Pretoria, recorded their hottest day ever on Tuesday as a drought caused by the El Nino weather phenomenon drains water supplies. The temperature soared to 39.8 degrees Celsius (103.4 degrees Fahrenheit) at a weather station at the University of South Africa, eclipsing a February 27, 1960 high
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