How hot? Too hot.

California, at least in the Central Valley and So Cal, is experiencing a very intense heatwave combined with drought, wildfires, and rolling blackouts. As hot as it gets outside (up to 110 degrees), it’s helpful to remember that the temperature inside cars can reach nearly 200 degrees, enough to bake/cook food products. Pressurized containers (such as a can of air freshener, or propane containers) can also explode dangerously. Sensitive materials, such as those in some sunglasses can also melt or suffer damage. As seen in the featured image, a certain heat shield got melted, likely due to poor quality materials.

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