Just recently, meteorologists looking into how the next few days will present themselves as far as weather conditions are concerned issued a new warning: this week will once again bring American temperatures of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37,7 degrees Celsius).
Thus, it is safe to assume that the people living in US's Midwest regions are in for yet another devastating heat wave, which is bound to continue destroying whatever local crops are still standing.
argues that one can now speak of a core of heat that kept moving back and forth across this country's territory all throughout this past summer.
Thus, as the same source explains, in the past few days, said core of heat took its toll on America's Great Plains, where temperatures not only reached, but also surpassed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
It now seems that, by the end of this week, the heat wave will move eastwards for a while, but will return towards the Rockies faster than one might expect.
Preliminary reports indicate that people living in Chicago are quite likely to have to deal with extreme temperatures at the beginning of this week.
This means that this city can now “pride” itself in having experienced nearly 27 days in a row of temperatures oscillating close to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26.6 degrees Celsius).
Experts also warn that the residents of St. Lois will undergo a similar challenge, as temperatures here will remain extreme both during the day, and during nighttime.
Much like St. Lois, Kansas City is also listed as one of the regions whose daily routines will be severely disturbed by the on-going heat wave.
Given these weather manifestations, we find it hard to believe that there are still some who argue that climate change and global warming are mere “myths,” and that human society's industrial boom has done nothing to upset the natural balance of our environment.