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Photo By U.S. Department of Agriculture The Union of Concerned Scientists reports that, thanks to global warming, insects previously stopped by cold winters are already moving to higher latitudes, a phenomenon that could expose an extra two billion people, mostly in developing countries, to the dengue virus over the next half century.
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Talking about winter as March pushes on is exhausting. The season has begun to overstay it's welcome and spring seems miles away.
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We've all seen it before, but it's been so unbearably long it's hardly surprising we'd forgotten the sun even existed, let alone shone over the UK.
There are several ways that it is expected to take a toll on human health. For starters, the extreme summer heat that is becoming more normal in a warming world can directly impact the health of billions of people.
While parts of the continent saw rain, thunder storms and more rain, the Jurassic Coast shone in a miniature spring heat wave.
This is my submission to Elizabeth Warren on what the world will look like in 25 years if we don't start to fix climate change now.
The 2 p.m. temperature of 83 degrees at Los Angeles International Airport broke the old record of 82, according to the National Weather Service.
Oh sure, there are some 40s in next week's forecast, but mostly it looks like the cold will be sticking around for at least another week or two.
You might've noticed a heat wave on this page. It has shown temperatures as high as 82 degrees since Thursday afternoon.
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Friday will seem like a heat wave, the NWS said, as the high temperature soars to 52 degrees.