There’s no denying that summer is the hottest time of year if you live in Phoenix or Las Vegas but this summer is going to be especially hot this is why it’s important for everyone reading this to use extra precaution if you have to spend time outside this weather can be deadly.
PHOENIX (AP) — People across the Southwest were preparing Monday for more of the unrelenting heat that left two dead over the weekend.
The mercury hit 118 on Sunday, breaking a record of 115 set nearly 50 years ago, according to the National Weather Service. Portions of Arizona and southeast California were expected to keep getting scorched Monday with a high pressure ridge lifting out of Mexico.
National Weather Service meteorologist Bianca Hernandez anticipated more triple-digit temperatures.
“We’re expecting something similar with highs around 115 to 120, with the warmest areas in Southern California,” she said.
Going out early in the morning Sunday didn’t save a 28-year-old woman who became unresponsive while mountain biking with friends in north Phoenix. She had set out with two friends around 6 a.m., carrying water, but became exhausted about three hours later, then could not breathe.
Firefighters rescued the unidentified woman, who was an avid hiker and a personal trainer, and she later died at a hospital, fire Capt. Larry Subervi said. She had no known medical issues, and her condition appeared to be heat-related, authorities said.
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