Well, we got up to 94°F (34°C) today, a new same-day record high.
There is lot of smoke is drifting down from wildfires in Canada, and the air is noticeably hazy, even at short distances.
With the haze, it’s possible to see sunspots on the sun as it rises and sets, using a telescope. (Sunspots are regions of reduced surface temperature caused by concentrations of magnetic field flux. They may last a few days or a few weeks or months, but eventually decay).