The majority of the lower 48 had "above" to "much above" average temperatures this summer.
Two areas of Los Angeles broke their all-time high temperature records in the past day, according to statistics from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Over the past few days, the National Weather Service in Los Angeles issued warnings to residents of extremely high temperatures during the upcoming weekend.
"We've had a four-fer, with COVID, a heat wave, wildfires and the threat of roving power outages," said Janet Upton, a spokeswoman for Napa County.
Officials said 367 fires have ignited between the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, forcing an unknown number of evacuations.
The National Weather Service is warning of "dangerously hot conditions" in many areas of the western United States over the next few days.
Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect for several parts of the state, according to the National Weather Service.
"This is a preview of our future," said meteorologist Carl Parker.
On June 20, the Arctic town of Verkhoyansk recorded a temperature of 100.4 F.
Siberia has been experiencing abnormally high temperatures for several months.
The fire on the Sepulveda Pass was reported at the 1300 block of Sepulveda Boulevard, east of 405 Freeway near Getty Center Drive, just after midnight. The terrain-driven flames moved eastward as weather conditions remained hot and dry with minimal wind.
This summer, don't complain about the humidity: it appears to help the lungs and immune system repel invading viruses and keep them from replicating.
While officials urged people to adhere to social distancing measures, photos indicated that many were less than six feet apart and not wearing face masks or coverings.
The structure has been submerged underwater since 1963 when the Spanish government, under the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, decided to build a reservoir in the area.
About half of the deceased were 75 or older.
"How many bath sheets do you need to own if you keep the temp at 82 degrees while you sleep?" one Twitter user jokingly asked.
By 2050, we will be using as much energy on AC as we are now using to power the United States, the EU and Japan—combined.
Last year's heat wave in California is driving prices of avocados through the roof, so some of the state's Mexican restaurants are turning to squash as a substitute in guacamole.
The paint can reduce the temperature up to 50 Fahrenheit (10 Celsius).
The song features the activist reciting an essay over ambient music, urging listeners to join a popular rebellion against climate change.
There has been a heatwave all across the country for the past week, and in London, commuters are seeking air-conditioned shelter wherever possible.
Con Ed said it was reducing voltage and asked customers to turn off "non-essential" appliances to conserve power.
New York City trains halted during a sweltering rush hour on Friday, just as the Metropolitan Transit Authority gets ready to vote next week on slashing 2,700 jobs.
Large areas across central and eastern U.S. will see temperatures reach more than 100 degrees.
The massive heat wave could cause heat exhaustion and heatstroke and potentially power outages.
On the Fourth of July, temperatures in Anchorage, Alaska reached 90 degrees for the first time ever, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
The heatwave hitting the state is the biggest concern for emergency services now.
Eighty percent of all fish in Münster's Aasee lake have already died.
Europe is baking.