Dangerously high temperatures continue to threaten much of the country, with forecasters suggesting 85 percent of the nation could face heat warnings into the weekend, Your Content has learned.
Over 210 million faced temperatures over 90 early Friday with the Weather Prediction Center saying it could go up to 275 million over the next week.
Experts say that 60 different high temperature records have either been tied or broken this week alone, with more likely coming in the weak ahead.
With humidity and heat can come other extreme weather, as officials predict ‘monsoonal moisture’ bringing heavy rains across parts of the southwest.
In the New York City area, temperatures will again soar into the 90s below triple digit records but high moisture in the air will make it feel well over 100.
Cities like Las Vegas (115 degrees), Phoenix (113), Memphis (102), San Antonio (101) and Oklahoma City (100) have all hit the 100 mark.
The upper midwest is bracing for potential tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds this Saturday to parts of Minnesota,‘according to FLIPBOARD.
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