New Heat Wave to Bring Sweltering Temperatures to More Than 100 Million Americans

People seek relief from a dangerous heat wave at the Crown Fountain and wading pool in Chicago, June 15, 2022. (Tannen Maury/EPA via Shutterstock)

The summer season is in full swing as sweltering temperatures are expected to continue for millions around the country over the next several days.

On the heels of a record-breaking heat wave that brought dangerous temperatures to more than 100 million Americans, another round of scorching weather will also affect a large swath of the country this week.

The brunt of the heat will be affecting the central U.S. Monday afternoon, especially the upper Midwest, where an excessive heat warning is in effect for cities like Minneapolis and Fargo, North Dakota, and a heat advisory is in effect for regions surrounding Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Omaha, Nebraska, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

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Highs Monday afternoon will reach 100 degrees as far north as Minnesota, with widespread temperatures soaring into the 90s across the central U.S. Several daily record highs will be challenged in the upper Midwest, forecasts show.

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SOURCE: ABC News, Julia Jacobo and Daniel Peck

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