The US and Canada are facing dangerous heat waves

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Temperatures in many parts of the US this weekend are expected to reach a record high for many years.

The heat wave is expected to affect 20 million people across the United States, stretching from Colorado, Kansas to the northeast and the East Coast. Temperatures are expected to rise the most this weekend, touching or exceeding 38 degrees C.

Big cities like New York, Washington and Boston are all predicted to be in the heat wave. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced “a state of emergency due to record high temperatures” in the city. People are advised to drink enough water and not go out in the hot sun.

The weather forecast experts in the US said the heat wave will happen until the end of the week. Temperatures in some cities will reach record highs for many years. However, the temperature is expected to decline early next week.

Some areas in Canada will also be affected. High temperature warnings have been issued in parts of Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Daytime temperatures in Toronto can reach 40 degrees Celsius on July 19-20. Temperatures in Montreal are expected to reach 45 degrees Celsius on the weekends. Rainstorms are also expected to happen on weekends.

Statistics show that Earth has just experienced June with a record high temperature in history. The average global temperature is 16.4 degrees C.

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