Although many Chinese believe the "Four Furnaces" of Chongqing, Nanchang, Wuhan and Nanjing are the country's hottest cities, meteorological authorities have debunked the popular belief after comparing temperatures in cities nationwide. The top hot spots on the list, compiled by the China Meteorological Administration's National Climate Center （NCC） this year, are Fuzhou, Chongqing, Hangzhou and Haikou.
The NCC analyzed the number of hot days and consecutive hot days in different cities, as well as the average high and low temperatures during the summer season.
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In the past three decades, Chinese cities have seen hotter summer days and more extreme temperatures than ever before. 100HY