FILE - In this April 11,2010 file photo, tourists walk along a ridge at Death Valley National Park, Calif. Death Valley National Park is expected to reach its first 120-degree day of the year on Sunday, June 18, 2017, and temperatures could creep toward 124 by Tuesday as the sweltering system envelopes much of the region.
FILE - In this April 11,2010 file photo, tourists walk along a ridge at Death Valley National Park, Calif. Death Valley National Park is expected to reach its first 120-degree day of the year on Sunday, June 18, 2017, and temperatures could creep toward 124 by Tuesday as the sweltering system envelopes much of the region. Brian Melley, File AP Photo
FILE - In this April 11,2010 file photo, tourists walk along a ridge at Death Valley National Park, Calif. Death Valley National Park is expected to reach its first 120-degree day of the year on Sunday, June 18, 2017, and temperatures could creep toward 124 by Tuesday as the sweltering system envelopes much of the region. Brian Melley, File AP Photo

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