Dry sand gets warmer than your average pile of dirt because the water in the soil absorbs some of the heat from the sun. The sand does not have moisture at its surface to absorb that heat, so it gets warmer. This is why sand that is being run over by waves feels so much cooler than sand that is above the tide line.
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