Killer Heat Wave Moves to Northeast, MidAtlantic

As fires ravage Arizona and sweltering heat settles into many areas across the country, a new study published in the journal Climate Change today by Stanford scientists finds that large areas of the globe will warm up so quickly that even the coolest summers will be hotter than the hottest summers of the past 50 years. The pre-summer heat wave moved into the Northeast today, triggering heat advisories and warnings in cities from New York to Washington. It was nearly 100 degrees in New Jersey...Full Story
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