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National Weather Service: Massive Heat Wave On Its Way Out

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National Weather Service: Massive Heat Wave On Its Way Out

National Weather Service: Massive Heat Wave On Its Way Out

Reuters reports a heat wave has blanketed about a third of the population of the United States in recent day.

But the National Weather Service says the heat is due to break on Monday, in a burst of thunderstorms brought on by a cold front.

On Saturday, new one-day temperature records were recorded in at least half a dozen places.

Officials implored everyone to stay inside as much as possible and be alert for the signs of heat stroke.

In New York, the streets were unusually empty.

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