80 million people in the United States are on alert due to high temperatures

80 million people in the United States are on alert due to high temperatures

About 80 million people We are under high temperature alert. A Extreme heat wave Affects almost the entire US territory. The most severe conditions affect the border area with Mexico – there, temperatures can exceed 50 °C.

On the east coast, the governor of New York An emergency plan was activated. Kathy Hochul said, “This level of heat will still happen very quickly and that’s what makes it more dangerous.”

In the Northern Hemisphere, Heat Starting Thursday night. Although high temperatures are common at this time, a heat wave like this does not usually occur before July. The US capital is also on alert, with temperatures exceeding 34 degrees, and the forecast is that, like other states, it will get even hotter in the coming days.

The rise in temperatures coincides with the moment when the country hosts one of the most important events on the football calendar: copa america,

The first game between Argentina and Canada will take place in Atlanta. There, the forecast for Thursday (20) is for a thermometer with a temperature of around 32º. The Brazilian team is concentrated in Orlando, Florida, where the temperature is similar. The team led by Dorival Jr. will take the field in Los Angeles, California, only on Monday. There will be two opponents: Costa Rica and high temperatures.

“It’s really about taking care of hydration. I think we have to adapt as quickly as possible because we already have a competition ahead of us and I think it’s going to be tiring for everyone,” says Brazilian team defender Eder Militao.

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