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U.S. Heat Wave Scorches Midwest, NY Activates National Guard

UNITED STATES – On Tuesday, extreme heat alerts affected tens of millions in the united states, with cities like Chicago breaking records during a week of intense weather.

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UNITED STATES – On Tuesday, extreme heat alerts affected tens of millions in the united states, with cities like Chicago breaking records during a week of intense weather.

A dangerous heat wave started Monday, stretching from Iowa to Maine and expected to last until Friday.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul activated the National Guard to assist with heat emergencies.

Chicago hit a record 97°F on Monday, with peak heat indexes near 100°F this week.

Officials opened cooling centers and urged people to limit outdoor activities.

In Phoenix, 645 heat-related deaths occurred last year, with temperatures reaching 112°F on Saturday.

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