Deadly Heatwave Hits Western US as Flash Floods Devastate Northeast, 5 Killed, 2 Children Missing

An intense heatwave scorching the western US reaches record temperatures of 128°F in Death Valley, while flash floods in the Northeast claim at least five lives, while two children remain missing.

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The Northeast floods, generated by a heat dome, (an atmospheric condition can lead to prolonged periods of extremely hot weather and heatwaves) continue to threaten communities. In southeastern Pennsylvania, five people were killed, including the mother of two missing children, trapped in floodwaters during a violent storm. Climate scientists warn that fossil fuel-driven climate change exacerbates extreme weather events, underscoring the need for carbon emission cuts to avert further catastrophe.



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