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temperature records tumble on fourth day of heat wave


temperature records fell on thursday on the fourth day of a heat wave that is expected to last at least through thursday, says the national weather service.ramona reached 111 degrees, breaking the record for august 31st by seven degrees. the previous record was set in 2007.alpine hit 107 degrees, breaking the record of 106, set in 1955.escondido reached 105, tying the record for the date, set in 1955.more records could fall on friday. cal-iso has issued a flex alert, asking the public to conserve energy from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.broader sample of thursday’s high temperatures: valley center, 108; san pasqual valley, 108; poway, 103; el cajon, 102; el cajon, 102; miramar mcas, 100; santee, 99; san marcos, 97; rancho bernardo, 96; brown field, 94; montgomery field, 93; oceanside airport, 88; enci






spiking temperatures, fire danger in southwest us heat wave


los angeles (ap) — a heat wave blanketing the u.s. southwest is toppling temperature records, raising wildfire danger and sending residents to pools and beaches for cool relief.the national weather service says the mercury in utah will remain in triple digits thursday, a day after salt lake city’s airport reached a record 105 degrees.in the sierra nevada, fire danger warnings are posted from sequoia to yosemite, while flood warnings due to snowmelt are posted in northern mono county in california and southern lyon county in nevada.excessive heat warnings are in place in arizona, where temperatures in phoenix could hit 117.most read storiessave over 90% on select subscriptions.the heat building into the weekend results from high pressure over the desert.spiking temperatures will be accompan






spain swelters through its second heat wave this summer


madrid — a new heat wave has seven provinces in southern spain on the highest alert as thermometers are expected to register highs above 44 degrees celsius (111 fahrenheit) in certain areas, weather authorities said.spain's weather agency aemet says the latest heat wave is caused by a hot air mass coming from northern africa and the lack of clouds over the iberian peninsula. it said cooler weather would not set in until the weekend.the village of andujar, in southern andalusia, is expecting to endure 46.9 degrees celsius (116.4 fahrenheit) at midday thursday, aemet said, its highest temperature on record.spain sustained an early heat wave in june this year. although the phenomenon is not uncommon in july, authorities say the temperatures are especially high this time.






india's rising temperatures are already deadly, study shows


new delhi — india is now two and a half times more likely to experience a deadly heat wave than a half century ago, and all it took was an increase in the average temperature of just 0.5 degrees celsius (less than 1 degree fahrenheit), a new study shows.the findings are sobering considering that the world is on track for far more warming. for the last two weeks much of asia has been gripped by a heat wave, with a record high of 53.5 degrees c (128.3 degrees f) set in the southwest pakistani city of turbat on may 28 — the world's hottest-ever temperature recorded for the month of may. temperatures in the indian capital of new delhi have soared beyond 44 degrees c (111 degrees f).even if countries are able to meet the paris agreement goals in curbing climate-warming carbon emissions, that wo






india's rising temperatures already deadly, study shows | india news


india is now two and a half times more likely to experience a deadly heat wave than a half century ago, and all it took was an increase in the average temperature of just 0.5c, a study shows.the average temperatures in india rose by more than 0.5c between 1960 and 2009, the probability of india experiencing a massive heat-related mortality event - defined by more than 100 deaths - shot up by 146 percent, a study published in the journal science advances reveals."there has been an increase in heat waves from 2013-2016 and a decrease in cold waves.this is because of the increase in global temperature. 2016 has been the warmest year in india when hundreds of people died due to the heat wave," ds pai who is a climate scientist with india meteorological department, told al jazeera."the present






sizzling heat wave creates health hazard in southwestern us


phoenix (ap) — the southwestern u.s. is about to feel the wrath of a punishing heat wave that includes a forecast of 120 degrees in phoenix — a temperature not seen in the desert city in more than 20 years.the broiling temperatures will also be felt in las vegas and southern california, creating a public health hazard. rising temps are being closely watched by everyone from airline pilots and emergency room doctors to power grid managers and mountain cities unaccustomed to heat waves.even cities accustomed to dealing with 110-degree days are grappling with the new problems that arise from 120 degrees.here is a few things to know about the heat wave:most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.___hitting 120 is rarethe heat wave, which is expected to peak tuesday, is forecast t






temps rise toward record as heat wave hits southwest


phoenix, ariz. -- it's a day like today when phoenix truly earns the name the valley of the sun -- a day when even hardened desert dwellers say: it's just too hot."a heat wave isn't really a good way to describe it. it's more like a heat attack!" one jogger told cbs news.that's when heat warnings take on added urgency."people can go right from what they think is heat exhaustion to symptoms of a heat stroke, which is actually a fatal illness," said captain reda bigler, a paramedic with the phoenix fire department.the hottest it's ever been in phoenix is 122. this week, that record is in jeopardy. it will be even hotter on tuesday. phoenix has only hit 120 degrees three times in recorded history. cbs news the heat wave is also threatening to set records across the region including tucson and






temps inch toward record as heat wave swarms southwest


phoenix, ariz. -- it's a day like today when phoenix truly earns the name the valley of the sun -- a day when even hardened desert dwellers say: it's just too hot."a heat wave isn't really a good way to describe it. it's more like a heat attack!" one jogger told cbs news.that's when heat warnings take on added urgency."people can go right from what they think is heat exhaustion to symptoms of a heat stroke, which is actually a fatal illness," said captain reda bigler, a paramedic with the phoenix fire department.the hottest it's ever been in phoenix is 122. this week, that record is in jeopardy. it will be even hotter on tuesday. phoenix has only hit 120 degrees three times in recorded history. cbs news the heat wave is also threatening to set records across the region including tucson and






southwest us preps for 120 temps: water, water, more water


los angeles — a potentially record-shattering heat wave is rolling into the southwest u.s., threatening to bring 120-degree temperatures to parts of arizona and california.the national weather service said a strong high-pressure weather system will bring very hot temperatures into next week.officials warned of excessive heat across southern arizona and nevada, and throughout the california's central valley.officials urged people to stay hydrated, and residents said they'd be drinking lots of water and splashing in pools.the phoenix forecast office says all-time high temperature records could fall. in california, the heat will only ease just short of the coast.






more records fall as heat wave enters third day


records fell in san jose, oakland and san francisco as a mini-heat wave continued wednesday, but relief is on the way.san jose saw a high of 91 degrees, besting the previous record set in 2013 by one degree, said steve anderson, a meteorologist with the national weather service in monterey.oakland and san francisco also beat records set in 2013 at 90 and 82 degrees, respectively, anderson said.livermore, meanwhile, tied its previous record of 94 degrees set in 2004, anderson said. napa and salinas also tied records set in 2013 at 92 and 88 degrees, respectively.anderson said the record-breaking heat wasn’t unusual.“we tend to break more records in the spring and the fall than any other time of the year,” he said.the mini-heat wave, which started monday, is the product of a ridge of high pr






southern california heat wave expected to linger through the weekend


the heat wave hitting southern california isn't going away.the national weather service says the southland will continue to swelter well into next week, bringing triple digit temperatures to inland valleys along with elevated fire danger and the potential for power outages.an excessive-heat warning will be in effect through friday night, but the heat wave is likely to persist until the following thursday, according to the weather service.angelica quintero / @latimesgraphicshigh temperatures predicted for tuesday.high temperatures predicted for tuesday. (angelica quintero / @latimesgraphics)palmdale, lancaster and woodland hills are facing the brunt of the heat: all three locations are forecast to stay in the triple digits through labor day.woodland hills reached 112 degrees tuesday, tying






southern california heat wave expected to linger through the weekend


the heat wave hitting southern california isn't going away.the national weather service says the southland will continue to swelter well into next week, bringing triple digit temperatures to inland valleys along with elevated fire danger and the potential for power outages.an excessive-heat warning will be in effect through friday night, but the heat wave is likely to persist until the following thursday, according to the weather service.angelica quintero / @latimesgraphicshigh temperatures predicted for tuesday.high temperatures predicted for tuesday. (angelica quintero / @latimesgraphics)palmdale, lancaster and woodland hills are facing the brunt of the heat: all three locations are forecast to stay in the triple digits through labor day.woodland hills reached 112 degrees tuesday, tying






blistering southwest heat wave easing, but winds fan wildfires


break in the heat wave might not help firefighters battling about 20 major blazes across the region.        






the latest: wildfire sends kids at california camp fleeing


santa maria, calif. — the latest on wildfires and blistering heat in california (all times local):6:15 p.m.officials say an out-of-control wildfire in california temporarily trapped about 90 children at a summer camp.santa barbara county fire capt. dave zaniboni said saturday the children, along with 50 camp workers, sheltered in place with firefighters as they tried to tame the fire that was estimated to be at least 200 acres (80 hectares).the blaze broke out in the afternoon and spread to both sides of highway 154, preventing campers from escaping from circle v ranch. authorities later took them to a nearby casino to reunite with their parents.the cause of the fire that started at camp whittier was unknown. those campers were safely evacuated.county officials ordered hundreds of campers






southwest celebrates first day of summer with heat wave


phoenix — the first day of summer is forecast to bring some of the worst heat the southwestern u.s. has seen in years.the forecast calls for 119 degrees in phoenix, where some flights have been canceled because certain planes can't take off in extreme heat.arizona is seeing the most stifling temperatures, but the wrath of the heat wave is being felt across nevada and california as well.las vegas was forecast to hit 117 (47 celsius) on tuesday and excessive heat warnings cover almost all of california.phoenix hit 118 degrees on monday.






southwest celebrates first day of summer with heat wave


phoenix — the first day of summer is forecast to bring some of the worst heat the southwestern u.s. has seen in years.the forecast calls for 119 degrees in phoenix, where some flights have been cancelled because certain planes can't take off in extreme heat.arizona is seeing the most stifling temperatures, but the wrath of the heat wave is being felt across nevada and california as well.las vegas was forecast to hit 117 (47 celsius) on tuesday and excessive heat warnings cover almost all of california.phoenix hit 118 degrees on monday.






the latest: customers consume record-breaking electricity


phoenix — the latest on a heat wave in the southwest (all times local):?7:49 a.m.arizona public service company, the state's largest electricity provider, says customers set a record peak usage tuesday as temperatures in phoenix soared to nearly 120 degrees.over 7,300 megawatts of energy were consumed between 5 and 6 p.m., topping the prior 11-year record set in 2006.phoenix hit a high of 119 tuesday as the southwest continued an extreme heat wave.the area is looking at breaking another temperature record wednesday with an expected 117 degrees for a high.authorities say people should avoid the outdoors and be in air-conditioned buildings during the heat wave.death valley, california, reached 127 tuesday and palm springs hit 122, tying the degree for the same day last year._______12:10 a.m.






120-degree temperatures could disrupt flights in phoenix


phoenix — american airlines is warning passengers that it may have to ground flights in phoenix during a heat wave that could send the temperature soaring to 120 degrees.the airline is letting phoenix passengers flying during the peak heat monday through wednesday to change flights without a fee. the forecast calls for a high of 118 on monday and 120 on tuesday in phoenix.the heat will have the biggest impact on smaller regional jets flying out of phoenix.extreme heat creates changes in the air density that make it harder for airplanes to take off. airlines respond by imposing weight restrictions, such as carrying less cargo and fuel. but in some cases, they will ground flights during the peak heat.






the latest: meteorologists say phoenix tops at 119 degrees


phoenix — the latest on an extreme heat wave in the southwest u.s. (all times local):5:51 p.m.meteorologists say the temperature has topped out at 119 degrees in phoenix as a stifling heat wave blanketing the southwest u.s. brought some of the hottest weather in years.phoenix has been on watch for 120 degrees (49 degrees celsius) for several days, a mark only reached three times in recorded history. but the high ended up a notch lower thanks to brief cloud cover over the city.it will still go down a tie for the fourth-hottest day in recorded history in phoenix.other cities in the southwest hit the milestone or higher, including yuma, arizona, and palm springs, california. the california desert city reached 121.the heat has caused flights to be canceled, strained the power grid and made lif






study: india’s rising temperatures are already deadly


new delhi (ap) — india is now two and a half times more likely to experience a deadly heat wave than a half century ago, and all it took was an increase in the average temperature of just 0.5 degrees celsius (less than 1 degree fahrenheit), according to a study published wednesday.the findings are especially sobering considering that the world is on track for far more warming by the end of this century. in just the last two weeks, much of asia has been gripped by a heatwave that saw pakistan register a record 53.5 c (128.3 f) in the southern city of turbat on may 28 — the world’s hottest temperature ever recorded in the month of may. temperatures in the indian capital of new delhi have soared beyond 44 c (111 f).even if countries are able to meet the paris climate agreement goals in curbin






southern california heat wave expected to linger through the weekend


the heat wave hitting southern california isn't going away.the national weather service says the southland will continue to swelter well into next week, bringing triple digit temperatures to inland valleys along with elevated fire danger and the potential for power outages as the southland continues to swelter.an excessive-heat warning will be in effect through friday night, but the heat wave is likely to persist until next thursday, according to the weather service.palmdale, lancaster and woodland hills are facing the brunt of the heat: all three locations are forecasted to stay in the triple digits through labor day.the heat is also putting strain on the state's electricity grid.the california independent system operator issued a “flex alert” tuesday morning calling for voluntary electri






the latest: more phoenix flights canceled because of heat


phoenix — the latest on an extreme heat wave in the southwest u.s. (all times local):11:50 a.m.american airlines says seven regional flights have been delayed and 43 have been canceled because of a heat wave threatening to bring 120 degrees to phoenix.the disruptions came tuesday. the airline says it doesn't expect any more issues wednesday but officials will re-evaluate.the national weather service forecasts a high of 120 degrees (49 degrees celsius), which is has only hit three times in recorded history — the last time 22 years ago.arizona is seeing some of the most dramatic temperatures tuesday, but the heat wave is being felt across nevada and california, too.___12:40 a.m.the first day of summer is forecast to bring some of the worst heat the southwestern u.s. has seen in years.the for






heat a possible factor in 12 maricopa county deaths


phoenix (ap) — officials are investigating the heat as a possible cause of 12 deaths in metro phoenix last week as temperatures soared to 119 degrees.maricopa county department of public health officials said they have opened investigations into the deaths to determine if they are heat-related.phoenix has been in the midst of a heat wave that has produced five days with temperatures hotter than 115 degrees (46 degrees celsius) in one week. that ties the city’s record set 22 years ago of days above 115 degrees.other arizona counties have reported at least 4 heat-related deaths since last week, including an elderly couple found dead in a home in pinal county with a broken air-conditioning unit.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.maricopa county, the state’s largest muni






the latest: 2 die in california due to extreme heat


phoenix — the latest on a heat wave in the southwest (all times local):5:40 p.m.authorities in california say two elderly people died because of an extreme heat wave scorching the southwest u.s.santa clara county officials say a 72-year-old man and an 87-year-old woman died monday in san jose, where temperatures reached 94 degrees.officials said in a statement wednesday one of the two was homeless and lived in a car.santa clara county spokeswoman marina hinestrosa says she can't provide any other information on the people who died due to health privacy laws.a national weather service heat advisory is in effect until thursday at 9 p.m.santa clara county is forecast to get high temperatures ranging from 90 to 100 degrees.___5 p.m.there's record-setting heat in phoenix for the second consecut






early heat wave breaking records in northeast us cities


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summer comes early as heat wave sweeps across midwest, east


a heat wave marching across the midwest rolled into the east on sunday, and record-breaking temperatures are likely to linger.        






what to do when your car overheats


nothing like the feeling of panic when you’re stuck in a summer traffic jam, and the temperature gauge suddenly shoots up.since this problem is anything but uncommon, it’s best to know what to do to keep from ending up stranded on the side of the road, waiting in the heat for aaa to show up.jalopnik explains how to check to see what’s going on and how to safely address the problem.here’s a quick look:what to do if you’re about to overheatif you look down at the gauge, and see the coolant temperature needle is in the red, pull the car over, put it in park, and—unless you see lots of coolant leaking from your car—try just letting the engine idle.keeping the car running prevents “heat soak,” a temperature spike caused by the instantaneously removal of the engine’s means of cooling itself (cut






electricity usage hits record high amid scorching arizona heat wave


cbs/apjune 21, 2017, 4:19 pmphoenix -- arizona public service company (aps), the state's largest electricity provider, says customers set a record peak usage tuesday as temperatures in phoenix soared to nearly 120 degrees. over 7,300 megawatts of energy were consumed between 5 and 6 p.m., topping the prior 11-year record set in 2006."when temperatures spike, our customers use more power, and it's our job to make sure we manage the demand placed on the system," said daniel froetscher, an aps senior vice president, said in a statement. the company serves 2.7 million people in 11 of 15 counties in arizona.playvideocbs evening newstemperatures soar past 100 as intense heat wave hits southwest the hottest it's ever been in phoenix is 122 degrees. this week, that record is in jeopardy. it will b






heat wave hits southwest on 1st day of summer


phoenix (ap) — don kushner emerged from his afternoon hike on camelback mountain clearly a little run down from the heat.kushner was one of the few who ignored warnings to avoid strenuous outdoor activity and decided to exercise outside on one of the hottest days in phoenix’s recorded history.“here it’s your own private mountain and it’s wonderful,” he said, covered in sweat tuesday.phoenix authorities issued several warnings about the dangers of the heat. phoenix park ranger chris webb said she saw about a dozen hikers on camelback mountain in the afternoon hours.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“i would recommend that people do something less strenuous than to come out to the toughest hike in phoenix in the middle part of the day,” she said. “maybe go swimming. m






deadly southwest heat wave to last through weekend


the deadly, record-breaking heat wave that's scorched the southwest and california will last into early next week, meteorologists say.        






"there's no reprieve": temperature in phoenix shoots toward 120


phoenix -- unrelenting heat is bearing down on phoenix as the temperature shoots toward a record-breaking 120. fire crews are rushing to handle a surge in heat emergencies.when its over 110, your body cannot cool itself down, setting up the potential for deadly heat stroke."your house stays hot, buildings stay hot. the sidewalk stays hot. so there's no reprieve basically," says director of emergency management lisa jones. the city opened 47 cooling centers across the valley, and about 50 flights had to be canceled at sky harbor airport because it may be too hot to fly. temperatures in phoenix are headed toward a record-breaking 120 degrees. cbs news "for the last few days, it is very hot -- i have never seen it this hot before," said osman sharif, who has spent the last two days loading ba






heat wave hits southwest on 1st day of summer


phoenix — don kushner emerged from his afternoon hike on camelback mountain clearly a little run down from the heat.kushner was one of the few who ignored warnings to avoid strenuous outdoor activity and decided to exercise outside on one of the hottest days in phoenix's recorded history."here it's your own private mountain and it's wonderful," he said, covered in sweat tuesday.phoenix authorities issued several warnings about the dangers of the heat. phoenix park ranger chris webb said she saw about a dozen hikers on camelback mountain in the afternoon hours."i would recommend that people do something less strenuous than to come out to the toughest hike in phoenix in the middle part of the day," she said. "maybe go swimming. maybe do something indoors instead."the first day of summer brou






10 signs of heat stroke


as temperatures rise, so does the risk of heat stroke, a condition that can quickly become deadly.here are ten warning signs and symptoms to watch for in yourself and others while you’re out and about this summer.1. incredibly hot skinincredibly hot, red skin is one of the most popular signs of heat stroke. if your skin is hot to touch and you have an internal body temperature 105 degrees or higher, you will need to see a doctor as soon possible. a simple sunburn will also present this symptom (red, hot skin) but the situation becomes dangerous when your body temperature stays higher than 105.2. dizziness and faintingin addition to an internal body temperature greater than 105 degrees fahrenheit, dizziness and fainting are the next most common symptoms of heat stroke. if you’ve spent sever






think it's hot now? just wait: southern california's heat wave is just getting s


get ready southern california, things are about to get hot.the national weather service issued excessive heat warnings for the southland on thursday, saying a prolonged heat wave will gather steam over the weekend and last through the end of next week.while the mercury has already begun its grim climb, forecasters say the hottest temperatures will arrive next week.inland areas will see triple-digit temperatures arrive on monday and last through wednesday. in some cases, records are likely to be broken.“the longevity of this heat wave is going to be the most dangerous aspect,” said james brotherton, a meteorologist for the weather service in san diego. “for the human body, it’s repeated exposure to the heat.”a dry, high-pressure system centered over arizona and the southwest is to blame for






think it's hot now? just wait: southern california's heat wave is just getting s


get ready southern california, things are about to get hot.the national weather service issued excessive heat warnings for the southland on thursday, saying a prolonged heat wave will gather steam over the weekend and last through the end of next week.while the mercury has already begun its grim climb, forecasters say the hottest temperatures will arrive next week.inland areas will see triple-digit temperatures arrive on monday and last through wednesday. in some cases, records are likely to be broken.“the longevity of this heat wave is going to be the most dangerous aspect,” said james brotherton, a meteorologist for the weather service in san diego. “for the human body, it’s repeated exposure to the heat.”a dry, high-pressure system centered over arizona and the southwest is to blame for






think it's hot now? just wait: southern california's heat wave is just getting s


get ready southern california, things are about to get hot.the national weather service issued excessive heat warnings for the southland on thursday, saying a prolonged heat wave will gather steam over the weekend and last through the end of next week.while the mercury has already begun its grim climb, forecasters say the hottest temperatures will arrive next week. inland areas will see triple-digit temperatures arrive on monday and last through wednesday. in some cases, records are likely to be broken.“the longevity of this heat wave is going to be the most dangerous aspect,” said james brotherton, a meteorologist for the weather service in san diego. “for the human body, it’s repeated exposure to the heat.”a dry, high-pressure system centered over arizona and the southwest is to blame fo






china seeks to calm u.s. over its semiconductor ambitions


beijing—amid escalating tensions, china’s technology ministry is playing down china’s semiconductor ambitions and contending that u.s. concerns over the issue are overblown.chinese officials have been alarmed at the u.s. backlash toward its efforts to a nce its chip sector, especially since many of china’s programs are still on the drawing board, said peng hongbing, vice director of information technology at china’s ministry of...