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An unprecedented heat wave rocked the Pacific Northwest in June. This gave me yet another reason to break out a Raspberry Pi and collect some data. I sent the data to Adafruit because it remains one of the greatest places to send and look at IoT data. In this article, I’ll show you how we built this setup, and the data I found. The temperature in the car peaked at 119.84 and the temperature inside the car was 159.0808. The data was collected by two Raspberry Pis set up identically.