Heat wave in America: Extremely hot; 80-year record broken

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Heat wave in America: Extremely hot; 80-year record broken in Oregon, Olympic qualifying games had to be stopped

People taking an ice bath in Sharjah

Hospitals closed outdoor vaccination centers, removed the limit of people in cooling centers

These days it is getting record-breaking heat in America. In many areas, the day temperature reached 44 degrees, then the Meteorological Department has described it as dangerous and unusual. In Portland, Oregon, the mercury reached 44.4 degrees on Sunday. It is the hottest day in history. Record keeping began in 1940, the highest since then.

These days it is getting record-breaking heat in America. In many areas, the day temperature reached 44 degrees, then the Meteorological Department has described it as dangerous and unusual. In Portland, Oregon, the mercury reached 44.4 degrees on Sunday. It is the hottest day in history. Record keeping began in 1940, the highest since then.

The temperature in Seattle also reached 40 degrees. The US National Weather Service said that for the first time in our climate record, this temperature has been recorded for two consecutive days. Due to such high heat, there was trouble in the track and field trials of the American Olympic Games. The trials in Eugene, Oregon, had to be halted and fans were asked to evacuate the stadium due to the high heat.

The US Meteorological Department said it was unbearable in the city, which identified good rain. Apart from this, it was the first time since the record was set in 1894 that such high mercury was recorded in the area for two consecutive days. The situation is that the sales of portable ACs and fans have increased in the markets. Hospitals have closed outdoor vaccine centers.

The limit on people in Washington’s cooling centers has been abolished. Hoteliers in North Seattle reported that all hotel rooms were booked. On the other hand, the heat that has plagued people in Europe, France, Spain, Portugal is now moving towards Britain.

Two cities of Kuwait are the hottest on earth in the last twenty four hours

Summer is not wreaking havoc in America, Canada only. Middle Eastern countries are also troubled by this. Two cities in Kuwait have recorded the highest temperature on earth in the last 24 hours. According to the Kuwait Meteorological Department, the mercury reached 53 degrees in Al Jahra and 52 degrees in Al Nuwaisib on Sunday. In UAE too, the mercury is hovering around 50 degrees.

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