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This Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016 photo shows the Summit Inn, a popular roadside diner at the crest of historic Route 66 in Oak Hills, Calif., burns to the ground after a fast burning wildfire swept through the town. The Southern California wildfire that began as a small midmorning patch of flame next to Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass had by Tuesday's end turned into a 28-square-mile monster that had burned an untold number of homes. (AP Photo/Rick McClure)

(Bloomberg) – As more than 100,000 Americans flee destructive wildfires in California and floods in Louisiana, Earth sends yet another reminder that the worst is yet to come: a new record for planet-wide heat.

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