Blog posts tagged in extreme heat
U.N. WEATHER AGENCY
By Jamey Keaten and Seth Borenstein
The Associated Press
GENEVA>> Earth has sweltered through its hottest Northern Hemisphere summer ever measured, with a record warm August capping a season of brutal and deadly temperatures, according to the World Meteorological Organiz...
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CDPHE data show 10 people died from heat last year Data shows 10 people died from hot weather last year
By Bruce Finley
As hot weather baked Colorado this week and forecasters anticipated hotter days to come, state health aut...
A warming Earth steamed to its hottest June on record, smashing the old global mark by nearly a quarter of a degree, with global oceans setting temperature records for the third straight month, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday.
June’s 61.79 degrees global ...
By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs and Katy Reckdahl © The New York Times Co.
NEW ORLEANS » In many ways, Iley Joseph’s one-bedroom apartment was an ideal place to ride out a hurricane. It was on the third floor — much too high to flood — of a building that was sturdy and new, part of a sle...
By Gretchen Reynolds
© The New York Times Co.
The summer of 2021 came in sizzling, with June temperatures in many parts of the United States shattering records, baking landscapes and prompting those of us who usually exercise outside to question when, how — and if — we should conti...
At the Australian Bat Clinic in Queensland, 15 baby flying foxes (bats) were lined up and ready to be fed Thursday. They were brought there to get out of the extreme heat, which has killed hundreds of thousands of bats.
Temperatures across much of the U.S. are, as forecast, finally starting to get ...
The hottest summer day you remember from childhood could be the norm in a few decades; in fact it looks like the heat has already been cranked up.
"When scientists talk about global warming causing more heat waves, people often ask if that means that the hottest temperatures will become 'the ne...