The skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina, is silhouetted against the sky as the sun sets on Friday, June 29, 2012. Charlotte equaled its all-time high temperature record Friday with a 104-degree day entering the record books.
The skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina, is silhouetted against the sky as the sun sets on Friday, June 29, 2012. Charlotte equaled its all-time high temperature record Friday with a 104-degree day entering the record books. MCT
The skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina, is silhouetted against the sky as the sun sets on Friday, June 29, 2012. Charlotte equaled its all-time high temperature record Friday with a 104-degree day entering the record books. MCT

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