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Climate change means planning for further suffocating heat waves

by Ben Bradford Jul 18, 2019
In Washington, D.C. "high heat days" are expected to more than double in the next 50 years.
A woman cools off in the fountain at Washington Square Park during the heat wave on July 17, 2019 in New York City.
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Europe’s economy wilts in one of the Continent’s hottest heat waves

by Stephen Beard Jul 11, 2019
Roads, railway tracks and other parts of Europe’s economic backbone buckle and crack under record temperatures.
A Berlin restaurant closed on June 30 due to the heat wave.
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It could hit 120 degrees in Phoenix during the Southwest’s heatwave. Can the power grid keep up?

by Aaron Schrank Jun 19, 2017
It’s likely that the heat wave California, Arizona and Nevada has been experiencing is going to hit its peak this week. Temperatures could reach as high as 120 degrees in Phoenix. Across the region, the air conditioning will be roaring.…