Offshore winds are massaging out air and heating it across the California coast for a record high-temperature yesterday was busted in San Diego Brown Field Airport in 100 degrees.
Phoenix is expected to split an all-time number of times for 100 levels annually now as the now will probably be the 144th day this season in 100 degrees or greater, which hasn’t occurred in history in the town.
Today is going to be day 177 without rain.
Meanwhile, the dangerous fire conditions aren’t just in California now but all the way east to the Plains.
Gusty winds and dry conditions are the largest danger for fires to spread since Red Flag Warnings are issued by California to Indiana.
Lately hard-hit Northern California and the San Francisco Bay region is below a Red Flag Warning where winds can gust 20 to 40 miles during the upcoming few days.
Besides the end, temperatures are rising with a few regions forecast to reach record drops from Northern California into the southern region of the country.
However, as the West shore warms up and melts, the East is currently cooling.
A fresh cold burst is on the road for its Midwest and the East Coast at the end of the week.