Extreme heat in the West could break 200 records and produce temps up to 127 degrees

Extreme heat in the West could break 200 records and produce temps up to 127 degrees.

6/15/2021 8:11:00 PM

Extreme heat in the West could break 200 records and produce temps up to 127 degrees.

About 200 million people are projected to experience temperatures over 90 degrees over the next seven days, and 40 million over 100 degrees.

The records that fall will encompass both the afternoon highs baked under the sun and overnight lows that fail to cool down. The records could also include monthly and all-time record highs. Read more: NBC News »

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