Mother Nature officially tied a 95-year-old record Monday, by driving the thermometer -- in Salt Lake City -- up to an even 100 degrees.
And we know one thing -- the heat caused a problem, this time around, that it couldn't in 1918.
There were no freeways then -- barely any cars, in the Salt Lake Valley.
But, for the third time in about a week, the early-season heat caused a portion of I-15 to buckle.
Repair crews worked overnight, to clean up the mess, in the southbound I-15 lanes, near 138th South.