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North American heatwave shows signs of climate change intensifying

North America continues to battle through sweltering temperatures as dozens of wildfires burn across the west coast of the United States, and residents are asked to conserve energy to avoid power outages.


Citizens across the country have adapted to cope with the extreme heat, as the weather shows worrying signs of what scientists have warned about: more frequent and intense heatwaves.

“It’s climate change, pure and simple, places like this may become uninhabitable, at least in the summertime,” according to NBC meteorologist Mike Everett. When you talk about the potential for a 130-degree heat for prolonged periods, people will just move, will migrate,” Mr. Everett said.

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