Historical Heatwave Explained

The heat wave is “a huge one,” National Weather Service specialist Stuart Seto said. “We haven’t seen one like this for several years, probably the mid- to late 2000s.

‘It’s brutal out there’: Weekend heat wave to bake western US – U.S. News

History is now five years

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5 Responses to Historical Heatwave Explained

  1. tckev says:

    5 years! HAHAHAHAHA
    They must be children at NWS if that’s history.

  2. gregole says:

    “We haven’t seen one like this…”

    Son, you clearly haven’t seen much.

    Brutal? These people are pusseys. It isn’t even that hot here in AZ.

  3. David says:

    I know I am, ticked it was only in the 90s in Moab till a couple of dayscbefore I got here yesterday the car said 111. I have been living in Colorado to long can’t hike in 111 degree weather. Its not global warming its just bad timing.

  4. jeffk says:

    Why is it so necessary for them to predict the future, even the weekend weather like its the “worst ever”? Why can’t they be real journalists and scientists and wait until the evidence comes in?

  5. gator69 says:

    This is what happens when you hire delinquent teenagers to do the work of seasoned researchers.

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