The New York Times is reporting on the massive heat wave hitting the country.

The recent heat wave in the U.S. is affecting millions, with temperatures soaring across the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast. This intense and prolonged heat wave is expected to last through at least the weekend, with heat alerts in effect from Iowa to Maine. Temperatures could rise over 100 degrees for around 9 million people and reach 25 degrees above normal in many areas. 

The National Weather Service has issued various heat warnings, watches, and advisories for cities such as Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, and New York.

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Source: NY Times

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