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Summer heat risks escalating in the US

Summer heat risks escalating in the US

The National Weather Service predicts a particularly hot summer for the U.S., with potential increases in extreme weather events and health risks.

Li Zhou reports for Vox.

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Summer may be far off, but Milwaukee is seeing hotter summer nights in its densely developed areas

It may be the dead of winter, but a recent mapping campaign found heavily developed urban areas of Milwaukee stayed about 10 degrees warmer at night than other parts of the city during hot summer days.
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U.S. in for more severe weather as ‘atmospheric river’ arrives

The West Coast is bracing for heavy rains and snow as freezing temperatures left a trail of burst pipes across the Southeast.
What SF's nearly normal rainfall over last year means for drought
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What SF's nearly normal rainfall over last year means for drought

Rainy months at the end of 2021 were followed by some of the driest months on record.
California’s McKinney Fire: Two more die, bringing total to four

California’s McKinney Fire: Two more die, bringing total to four

The fire, which began Friday in the Klamath National Forest in Siskiyou County, Calif., has burned more than 56,000 acres and prompted evacuations for thousands of people.
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Pacific Northwest engulfed by ‘dangerous’ heat

A major heat wave settling over the Pacific Northwest will bring several days of potentially record-breaking triple-digit temperatures this week, echoing a deadly heat wave that tormented the region last summer.

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