Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has the second-highest temperature in the United States, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The city has also received the lowest rainfall rate of any U.S. city, with an average annual precipitation of 3.7 inches.
The highest rainfall in Cedar Rapids was in the winter of 2017-18, when 3.2 inches fell in just one day.
This year, the city’s average annual rainfall is 4.4 inches, which is almost double the national average of 2.8 inches.
Cedar Rapids has been a favorite destination for movie-goers and tourists alike, thanks to its rich history.
While many cities in Iowa are seeing their rainfall drops, Cedar Rapids is experiencing its own decline.
The Cedar Rapids Public Library, which serves as a city park, was overwhelmed with visitors during its 2017-2018 winter season.
The library received an average of 4.3, the highest of any library in the country.
The Library of Congress, which has offices in Cedar Falls and the nearby town of Cedar Falls, also saw an increase in visitor visits this year.
According to the library, the average visitor spent $1,086.10 on lodging in Cedar City.
The average hotel room price in Cedar city was $3,819.46, making it the second most expensive in the state behind Des Moines.
But while Cedar Rapids’ residents are getting used to colder weather, other parts of the state are still suffering from record-breaking temperatures.
Cedar Falls saw its hottest February day in recorded history on Wednesday, with a maximum temperature of 97 degrees.
Temperatures hit 105 degrees in the early afternoon on Thursday.
The town also saw a record-high of 73 degrees on Saturday.
Cedar City has also recorded a record of 73 consecutive days with a temperature of at least 104 degrees.
The next hottest day in Cedarville will be Wednesday, March 7, when temperatures hit 103 degrees.
There’s no sign of a drought in the area, with the state’s total rainfall falling by more than 5 percent over the last three years.
But the water supply in the city of more than 1 million people has also been affected.
Cedar Springs Water Authority officials say the city is experiencing a severe water shortage.
While water supplies in Cedar Springs are good, the utility is having to make some hard decisions about what to do with the excess water.
“We’re facing the prospect of having to shut down our entire water system,” Cedar Springs Mayor Brian Stauffer said.
“Our reservoirs are at the end of their lives.
We’re in desperate need of fresh water.”
Stauffer added that he would like to see the city reduce the amount of water it draws from Lake Michigan, but has yet to see a plan to do so.
Cedar Hills, Minnesota, is experiencing another record-setting heat wave.
The metro area is experiencing temperatures of 105 degrees on Thursday, which ranks as the third-highest in the nation.
Cedar Valley Mayor Paul D. Johnson says the city has already seen record-low temperatures.
“There’s been no snow for some time, but it has been freezing for a week or so,” Johnson said.
In addition to the city, Cedar Hills also has its fair share of heat-related disasters.
Last week, Cedar Valley experienced its hottest March day on record, with temperatures hitting 105 degrees.
That same day, a tornado ripped through the area.
Cedar River, Texas, is seeing a record high number of deaths each day due to heat waves.
Cedar Creek, the area’s largest lake, saw its lowest temperature on record on Wednesday.
In Cedar Creek County, there were 4,084 deaths from heat-stroke this year, with 7,724 people hospitalized.
While Cedar Creek has not experienced an outbreak of heat stroke, the death toll is expected to rise due to the weather.
As the temperature warms, Cedar Creek and Cedar Rapids are both seeing their rates of deaths spike.
In February, Cedar Falls recorded a total of 12 deaths, while Cedar Hills recorded 7 deaths.
The heat has also led to a record number of people staying at home, with nearly half of the city being home by 8 p.m. on Wednesday night.
There are some bright spots in the news for Cedar Rapids.
On Thursday, the Cedar Rapids Fire Department reported that it had saved nearly 3,000 lives since January, and the Cedar Falls Emergency Management Team reported that Cedar Rapids residents have saved more than $1 million since the beginning of the year.
As temperatures drop, more of the nation’s largest cities will be seeing a decrease in heat-wave-related deaths.