Advisory Board June 19, 2024

Several parts of the United States are experiencing an extreme heat wave this week, with the National Weather Service (NWS) saying that some places “could see temperatures topping the century mark.” Here’s how you can stay safe.

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Heat wave hits several parts of the US

According to NWS, this is the first significant heat wave of the season, and “the hottest temperatures of the summer” are expected to hit the Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic. Many areas are expected to set records for daily high temperatures and long-duration heat.

David Parkinson, a senior weather producer at CBS News, said that at least 265 million people across...

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