by Chris Black
You get record heat waves when you measure temperatures on airport tarmacs around jet exhaust, also right next to blacktop roofs in concrete jungles.
Kind of like getting elevated CO2 readings for the atmosphere, when your equipment just happens to be on top of an active volcano.
You get a record number of hurricanes when you count thunderstorms and measure wind speeds at 15k feet.
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