Extreme heat hits: the western United States will face a new heat wave over the weekend, more than 30 million people will be affected
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Original title: Extreme heat hits! More than 30 million people will be affected by a new heatwave in the western United States over the weekend
According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the United States has just experienced the “hottest June” in 127 years, with 8 The state set the “hottest June” on record, and six other states set the record for the second highest temperature in June. After experiencing extreme high temperatures that caused hundreds of deaths, strained power grids, and depleted reservoirs, the western states of the United States will usher in even hotter weather this weekend.
National Weather Service estimates , The temperature in many states will rise above 40 degrees Celsius, and the maximum temperature may be approaching or even higher than June. According to data from the National Weather Service, most areas of California and large areas of Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Arizona are under high temperature warnings, and temperatures are expected to reach or exceed 40.5 degrees Celsius.
Lass, Nevada Vegas may set a new historical high temperature record in the state this weekend. The highest temperature in the history of the state is 47.2 degrees Celsius, and the National Weather Service predicts that the temperature in the area will reach at least this level this weekend. Death Valley, located in southeastern California, is one of the hottest regions in the world. The Meteorological Department predicts that the highest temperature in Death Valley may reach 54 degrees Celsius this weekend to the evening of the 12th, which is close to the highest temperature in history. According to statistics from the World Meteorological Organization, the highest temperature recorded in Death Valley occurred on July 10, 1913, reaching 56.7 degrees Celsius. This is not only the highest temperature in Death Valley, but also the highest global surface temperature record.
The National Weather Service of the United States reminds that extreme high temperatures increase the risk of illness and even death. In the recent heat wave, hundreds of residents in the United States have died, and in Oregon alone, at least 116 people have died from high temperatures.