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People use an umbrella to protect themselves from the sun while looking at the Washington Monumnet in Washington, D.C., on Saturday

US heatwave: More than 90 million people in the US experienced alarmingly high temperatures on Sunday from the mid-south to the northeast

CNN – The fatal heat wave Fires will continue across much of the United States on Sunday, as the Northeast and South Central regions are likely to suffocate with temperatures of up to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. grades. More than 90 million people across the country are subject to various alerts of dangerously high temperatures. Sunday …

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Wildfires west of Missoula were 100% contained on Sunday

Update: 4:31 PM – July 24, 2022 Missoula – The Frenchtown Rural Fire District said the Pulicat fire was fully contained, and crews were completing disinfection efforts Sunday night. None of the buildings caught fire, according to Mel Holtz, a spokesman for the Front of Democratic Forces. Holtz said the investigation into the train failure …

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Flash flood risk, isolated tornadoes possible with potential for severe storms during early Sunday – NBC Chicago

The Chicago area could see another round of severe weather late Saturday After two hurricanes hit, Trees fell and power cuts for thousands. Warnings of severe thunderstorms were issued in the morning hours, as communities were exposed to heavy rain, strong winds and floods. By 6 pm, the rain had not stopped everywhere, and several …

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People use an umbrella to protect themselves from the sun while looking at the Washington Monumnet in Washington, D.C., on Saturday

US heatwave: More than 90 million people in the US experienced alarmingly high temperatures on Sunday from the mid-south to the northeast

More than 90 million people across the country are subject to various alerts of dangerously high temperatures. Sunday is expected to bring the hottest temperatures in the Northeast. “From the Plains south to the east, you will feel very oppressive, especially in major metro areas from Washington, D.C. to New York City and Boston,” the …

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