Take one glance at the weather forecast just about anywhere in Arizona and you’ll quickly realize just how hot it is in the Southwest portion of the country. The highs in the next four days climb from 111 degrees to 112 on Friday, 113 on Saturday and 114 on Sunday.
Everyone says it’s a “dry heat,” but no matter how you cut it, 114 degrees is hot. Really hot.
Jordan Fuller is learning that during his time in Arizona, saying the state has a “different type of heat.” He joked on Twitter that his life flashed before his eyes about three times from the scorching temperatures.
Fuller didn’t specify where in Arizona he is, but no matter his location, he’s likely working out to some extent. He replied to Cowboys wide receiver Johnnie Dixon on Twitter that artificial turf should be a crime in the state because of how hot it gets.
Los Angeles has some comparatively milder temperatures in the next seven days, ranging from 81-87 degrees, and by the time Fuller returns for training camp in a couple of weeks, those temps will feel cool compared to Arizona’s.