California’s Furnace Creek expected to hit 47C as more than 60 million people under US heatwave

California’s Furnace Creek expected to hit 47C as more than 60 million people under US heatwave

California’s Furnace Creek expected to hit 47C as more than 60 million people under US heatwave

The Independent says Calfornia’s Furnace Creek is set to hit record temperatures this year at 118F or 47C as large parts of southwestern America suffer through sweltering heat, affecting over 60 million people.

Temperatures in several areas in Texas, California and Nevada, including Pheonix and Las Vegas, are touching triple digits on the Fahrenheit scale, according to warnings issued by the country’s weather department.

Excessive heat warnings and advisories currently cover “an expansive area” of the US, and “critical fire weather conditions is expected across the southwest into the southern and central rockies and high plains”, the National Weather Service said.

https://www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/news/heatwave-weather-temperature-rise-california-b2099594.html

………………

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND SHARE WTX NEWS WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY:

FacebookPlease like our page

Twitter Twitter updates available in English and Arabic. Please follow us and we would love to hear from you

Instagram – Follow our pages in English and Arabic

Share:

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

On Key

Related Posts

Today's news summary - Paper Talk - afghanistan taliban kabul charlie watts rolling stones

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Wednesday’s front pages focus heavily on President Joe Biden’s decision to not extend the 31 August withdrawal date of US troops in Afghanistan – despite PM Boris Johnson and other world leaders pleas during a G7 meeting on the Afghanistan crisis.

The papers say it is now the last chance to escape the Taliban, with some describing the situation as a “failure” and slamming President Biden for seemingly backing Trump’s “America first” policy. 

Elsewhere, the papers carry front-page tributes to Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts – who has died at the age of 80.  

On Key

Most Read Posts

Get access to our free Fitness classes with your membership and a perfectly crafted email with your news summary