Stay Hydrated: It’s Going to Be a Long, Hot July for Much of U.S.


Heat indices will make it feel like 100+ degrees across most of the South for the next week.

Cue the ice cubes: NOAA forecasters are predicting the current heat wave will continue to engulf parts of the Desert Southwest, the entire Southeast to the East Coast, and the Central and Southern Plains over the next seven days … and likely longer.

As of this morning (July 10), about 70 million people are under an excessive heat watch or warning, or heat advisory — and that number is expected to increase each day through July 17. Hot and humid conditions are likely to persist with much-above-normal temperatures predicted for much of the country during the last two weeks of July.

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