A severe heat wave is hitting the southern United States

A severe heat wave is hitting the southern United States

A severe heat wave is hitting the southern United States

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Millions of Americans are suffering from a significant rise in temperatures after cities in the southern United States were hit by a severe heat wave that extends from California to Texas and even to parts of Florida, with its peak expected to be reached by the end of the week.

In Arizona, one of the most affected states, daily life has become a race against the sun’s rays. According to the US Weather Service, Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, recorded a temperature exceeding 43 degrees Celsius for the fifteenth consecutive day on Friday.

Evening events scheduled to take place during the summer in the city have been canceled due to the high temperatures.

For several days, US authorities have been constantly sounding the alarm, advising residents to avoid outdoor activities during the day and to monitor signs of dehydration, which can quickly become deadly in high temperatures.

Weather experts have warned that the most extreme period of the heat wave will begin at the end of this weekend, with the expectation that the city of Nevada will exceed the record high temperature on Sunday.

In California, it is also possible that the famous Death Valley, one of the hottest places on earth, could reach record-breaking temperatures on Sunday, possibly reaching 54 degrees Celsius (130 degrees Fahrenheit).

Last weekend’s high temperatures led to the death of ten migrants along the US-Mexico border, according to border police.


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