Severe heat kills hundreds every year across the United States Without any action to prevent global warming, the global average temperature will be rise 7.7˚F, meaning more seriously hot days. Many parts of the nation are going to endure over a month more hot days by 2050, and some of the biggest cities will be cooking for nearly half the year.

U.S. Dangerous Days Ahead
Via nationalgeographic.com
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