The temperature would reach 106 degrees Fahrenheit in the Dallas / Fort worth, and cities further West, you can see the temperature reaches 120 degrees.
This high heat can turn into a disaster, and local authorities urge people to take the risk seriously.
In the southwest, the heat expected near record highs. Tucson, Arizona, can expect a maximum of 113 degrees on Sunday, and Phoenix can reach 116. Las Vegas, according to forecasts, will reach 110, and Death Valley will see a high of 116 this weekend.
Promised heat covers most of Texas, almost all from Louisiana and even Mississippi, Alabama, Oklahoma and new Mexico. Albuquerque is expected to reach on Saturday, 101 degrees, and Oklahoma city are forecast to hit 106 degrees.
In the Southeast, temperatures will remain in the mid-90s, but humidity will cause heat indices to soar. Jackson, Mississippi, will see on 109, New Orleans will reach 110, and mobile, Alabama, will fit 114.
It is unlikely that monthly heat records will be broken in the region this weekend. But the temperature is still high for this time of year, and their length differs.
Heat, especially in the South-West, are often relieved at lower temperatures for the night, but this influence is limited this weekend.
High temperatures coincide with other unusual weather across the country. Tropical storm ” Fay ” is coming to the Mid-Atlantic, and parts of the Pacific Northwest is experiencing below average temperatures for July.
Warning heat different countries
In the South-West “we use what we call risk heat,” said Marvin percha, a national weather service meteorologist. This assessment takes the weather and judge them from what is normal for the area. The uniqueness of the event directs its level of risk.
This differs from other areas of the country where heat indices are taking on increasing importance in the prevention of heat. Promised heat, and coverage in the Southeast, uses heat indexes in combination with the actual temperature above-normal temperatures for the area.
Although the Advisory regional system are different, the message is the same: high heat is expected in most parts of the South this weekend threat, and residents should be prepared to take steps to be safe.
To stay cool during COVID-19
“If you must be outside, try to limit your exposure and keep yourself well hydrated,” said gutta-percha. “Seek air conditioning, cooling centers, if necessary.”