Heat wave hit the U.S. West! California is 54.4 degrees, more than 30 million people in the overheated areas

The western states of the United States since the end of June by the heat wave, multi-state high temperature broke historical records, but also caused many people died, according to foreign media sources pointed out that the death valley in California (Death Valley) recently appeared 54.4 degrees Celsius high temperature, even if the night is difficult to cool down, it is estimated that the next western states high temperature may be a new high, more than 31 million people are in overheating warning or high temperature More than 31 million people are under heat warning or high temperature warning.

Foreign media reports pointed out that the western United States is affected by the heat wave, days of high temperatures pose a threat to people’s health and even life, many states continue to report an increasing number of deaths, located in California’s Death Valley on the 9th appeared 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4 degrees Celsius) high temperature, the temperature has been equal to the high temperature in August last year, but also the highest temperature since July 1913, experts predict that the high temperature will continue, and there is Experts predict that the high temperature will continue and may break records, and such high temperatures even at night is difficult to drop, than the average temperature is still 15 to 25 degrees higher.

The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for Washington, New Mexico and Colorado, which usually means local temperatures will be as high as 37.7 to 40 degrees Celsius. In addition, most of California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Oregon and Idaho have also received heat advisories. The National Weather Service estimates that record high temperatures will continue to affect most of the western and southwestern United States, with more than 31 million people under heat advisories or heat warnings. More than 31 million people are under heat warnings or high-temperature warnings.