– Extreme heat threatens Texas and the Southern Plains to start the new work week, with temperatures forecasted to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
This new round of heat could be the hottest yet. Large swaths of interior Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas could see predicted highs reaching 110 degrees Fahrenheit and heat indexes much higher.
Although triple-digit temperatures are typical for the Central Plains and Texas in July and August, the frequency in the number of 100-degree days is above average.
Take, for instance, Tulsa, Oklahoma. The metro area has just recorded its 11th 100-degree day of the season — the average for the entire season is ten.
The UK’s Met Office has issued its first ever red warning for extreme heat, as it warned of a “potentially very serious situation” in parts of England that could pose a risk to life.
Learn More: https://www.zerohedge.com/weather/relentless-heat-wave-pummeling-texas-and-central-plains-bring-hottest-temp-year
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