Future Forecast: 40 Million People From Dallas to Gulf Coast Face Dangerous Heat by July
Prepare for an escalating heat wave in Mexico, Texas, and parts of New Mexico.
According to Axios, these regions are experiencing extreme weather conditions that are expected to intensify right before the 4th of July holiday.
Extreme heat is not just uncomfortable; it's a significant hazard and the leading weather-related killer in the United States.
Currently, Texas' Rio Grande Village is on the cusp of setting a new all-time heat record.
This rising heatwave could soon spread to the Texas Panhandle, potentially stressing the state's power grid and triggering serious implications.
Also, climate change, a crucial factor in these growing weather extremes, is predicted to increase the frequency of such scorching events.
As per the National Weather Service (NWS), by early July, about 40 million people might face dangerously high temperatures.
Major metropolitan areas like Dallas and areas near the Gulf Coast are bracing for soaring temperatures, reflecting the widespread impact of this heatwave.
Recent studies reveal an insane fact: the past 13 days have set a record for the hottest temperatures since 1947.
A hotter climate seems inevitable, making it pretty much necessary to adapt our lifestyle and environment.
Adding to this heated scenario, oil companies find themselves under legal observation.
Multnomah County, Oregon, blames these corporations for their state's unbearable heat, citing scientific consensus that such extreme heat waves would be almost impossible without human-induced climate change.
As we brace for a future of rising temperatures, we might want to focus on providing water at least, and protective measures against the sun's harsh effects.
Like carrying an umbrella, or parasol, like a weirdo.
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