US weather forecast
As informed by National Weather Service, on Thursday, July 9, the temperature in New York may reach 91 degrees Fahrenheit (33 Celsius) Thursday and will remain in the high 80s through the weekend. Heat advisories are in place in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois, and reach into western and northern New York and central New England.
According to Matt Rogers, the president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland, “This heat is different. It’s spread over a large geographic area all the way from Southern California to New England”.
|The weather forecast in the next five days in Washington DC Photo: Accu Weather|
There is no expectation of much relief after the sun goes down. It is reported that daytime temperatures in the 90s will be followed by overnight lows lingering in the 70s. Solar noon is at 1:47 pm – not at 12 noon – the strongest rays of the sun come between 1 pm and 2:30 pm.
The latest study indicated that since the mid-20th century, South America has seen unprecedented widespread and intense droughts, as well as unusually wet periods and the increased volatility, could be explained by climate change and atmospheric pollution, reported the Zme Science.
|Consecutive days of 90-degrees Photo: Wood TV|
“Increasingly extreme hydroclimate events are consistent with the effects of human activities, but the atlas alone does not provide evidence of how much of the observed changes are due to natural climate variability versus human-induced warming,” said lead author Mariano Morales in a statement. The new long-term record “highlights the acute vulnerability of South America to extreme climate events,” he added.
The hot scorching weather leads to the high demand for electricity to stay cool. The entire U.S. grid will be put under pressure by the hot weather, particularly the PJM Interconnection LLC system stretching across 13 states in the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic. Population-weighted cooling degree days, a measure of weather’s impact on energy demand may break the current record of 415 set in 2011, said Rogers. The heat also stresses developing corn and soybean plants. ”It’s definitely going to have some impacts on corn and beans, especially corn,” revealed Don Keeney, a meteorologist with Maxar in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
|Photo: The National Weather Service|
From July 10 to July 13, it is expected that a searing blast of heat would press down on the Southwest from Arizona to West Texas. Specifically, the temperatures in some areas can rise 10 to 15 degrees above normal, with pockets reaching 20 degrees higher than the 30-year average, said a forecaster with the U.S. Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland, according to the Accu weather.
Here are some safety tips that would may helpful in the hot weather. Always drink enough water, limit time in the sun as well as keep your pets relatively cool and hydrated.
Canada weather forecast
After weeks of excessive temperatures and almost no rainfall, weather forecasts don’t offer much relief in the coming days.
As reported by the Environment Canada meteorologist David Phillips the temperatures in Niagara have consistently been above average for the past 13 days, with very little precipitation, and although the forecast calls for showers this weekend they likely won’t provide the rainfall farmers need — or do much to reduce the heat.
“We have already had in the Niagara area about 13 days where the temperature has been above 30 C … And we’re not even into the dog days of summer yet,” said David Phillips. It is estimated that the normal high temperatures in early July in Canada are about 27 C. “Last summer, we probably only had four or five of those days,” Phillips added.
Even overnight temperatures have remained in the high 20s which possibly results in more of a health issue. “Morning, noon and night we can’t escape the scorching heat,” he said.
|The weather forecast in the next five days in Ottawa Photo: Canadian weather|
On Thursday in Ottawa, there is expected to be sunny in the morning and early in the afternoon then a mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. There is also the risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Humidex is 42 and the UV index is 9 or very high. At night, there will be partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers early in the evening and the risk of thunderstorms early in the evening, according to the Canadian weather.
|The weather forecast in the next five days in Toronto Photo: Canadian weather|
On Thursday in Toronto, it is forecasted to be sunny with a temperature of high 35 except 28 near Lake Ontario. Humidex is 42 and the UV index is 10 or very high.
|The weather forecast in the next five days in Vancouver Photo: Canadian weather|
In Vancouver, it is forecasted to be a period of rain ending near noon then a mix of sun and cloud. The UV index is 6 or high. At night, Vancouver may be partly cloudy.
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