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Temperatures Soar in Cyprus … It’s so Hot That Steering Wheels Are Starting to MELT

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The heatwave in Cyprus has sent temperatures up to 57 degrees Celsius, so hot that steering wheels have started to melt.

People have also been advised in the 134 degree Fahrenheit weather not to leave newspapers or other documents on their car dashboards, for fear that they will burst in flames.

Even higher temperatures–63 Celsius, or 145 Fahrenheit–were reported in Nicosia, the capital of the island. 

The U.K. Met Office issued a warning to British travelers in or headed to the region, noting that the heatwave is hitting different parts of the Middle East and Mediterranean.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Labor announced a four-day work ban starting next week, between noon and 4 p.m. local time. The ban could be extended if the heat keeps up.

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1709386-temperatures-soar-in-cyprus-its-so-hot-that-steering-wheels-are-starting-to-melt/

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There is more thermal radiated heat reaching the earth. Are those aluminum and beryllium particles backfiring and refracting more heat to earth than reflecting it away from earth. Is the weakening magnetic shield letting more radiated heat, heat up objects. 

Is it the winds of change brought on by the lying lips of Obama :chuckle:

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