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Heatwave turns deadly for the US

Unbearable weather conditions sprang to catch most of the United States, with temperatures set to top up the weekend, meteorologists assume.

Further, the heatwave is awaited to knock nearby 200 million lives in important cities like Boston, New York, and Washington in the East Coast, and the Midwest territory greatly.

In certain locations, temperatures could be confined to or top 100F (38C).

Also, it is predicted that the heatwaves are growing more prevalent, a phenomenon that is associated with a climate shift.

The earth underwent its hottest June on record this year, with an average temperature worldwide of 61.6F (16.4C), as per the latest data.

At the beginning of this month, Alaska, whose part rests inside the Arctic Circle, marked one of the highest heats.

Which regions are caught by the current heatwave?

Furthermore, the heat is tapping a distance spreading from the Central Plains of Colorado and Kansas to the Great Lakes in the north-east.

Heat is also climbing in utmost regions of the East Coast.

It was The National Weather Service (NWS) that has announced a map of the regions that are touched.

“The thick, hot and humid conditions will continue all through the weekend. Be bright and stay fresh!” it cautioned.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio stated: “a local emergency due to the excessive temperature” in the city.

“This is a heatwave befalling the following days. It’s dangerous matter,” the mayor declared in a video posted on Twitter.

“Friday is going to be critical. Saturday is going to be risky throughout Sunday.”


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Tina is the mind behind, and she ideated it when she was working for an online magazine company where she used to create news content related to the US. She holds a degree in journalism and has more than 4.5 years of experience in an online magazine company. she writes the US News Headlines as she likes to write the news happening within the country.

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