PHOENIX — It's already hot in Phoenix. But if you thought it couldn't get any hotter, boy, you'd be wrong. 

Phoenix broke a daily heat record for the second straight day on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. 

PREVIOUSLY: Phoenix sets new record high temperature for Aug. 20 at 113 degrees

The mercury reached 114 degrees at 2 p.m., shattering the previous record of 110 degrees set in 2007. 

But Phoenix may have gotten off a little easy: It was forecast to reach a high of 115 degrees Wednesday. 

WEATHER: More excessive heat & record highs

The day prior, Phoenix set a new record high temperature for Aug. 20. Temperatures reached 113 degrees on Tuesday, one degree higher than the record from 1986.

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Staying safe in the heat

As NWS Phoenix says...

- You probably want to cancel any outdoor plans and avoid any kind of strenuous activity.

- Turn on the A/C when you're indoors.

- Check-in on loved ones, especially elderly ones.

- Temps will be hot overnight too, so be prepared for those too.

- DRINK, DRINK and DRINK SOME MORE WATER. We're talking before you're ever thirsty.

- And always call 911 if there's an emergency.