As the drought in California led to the invasion of rattlesnakes, a deadly heat wave pushed temperatures to record highs
As the drought in California led to the invasion of rattlesnakes, a deadly heat wave pushed the temperature in the Northwest to record highs.
PortlandOn Saturday, the temperature in Oregon reached 108 degrees, breaking a record high.
On Sunday, the city is expected to break the record again, with temperatures likely to reach 112 degrees or higher.
In Seattle, the temperature on Saturday was 102 degrees, the second highest temperature on record.
The hot temperatures are expected to continue until weekends and Mondays.
In Spokane, Washington, the National Weather Service issued a warning that “this event may be one of the most extreme and longest heat waves in the history of the inland northwest.
The warning said: “Unprecedented high temperatures will not only threaten the health of inland residents in the northwest, but will also make our region increasingly vulnerable to wildfires and exacerbate the effects of our ongoing drought.”
The heat wave is caused by a high-pressure dome spanning southwestern Canada and the Pacific Northwest. According to the weather channel.
Most areas of the west, from Northern California to Seattle, Portland, and even Boise, Idaho, are under extreme heat warning.
This is the second heat wave in a month after extreme temperatures were recorded in most parts of the Southwest and parts of California less than two weeks ago.
In some areas of Northern California, hot and dry weather has caused an influx of rattlesnakes into private property.
Len Ramirez, who owns Ramirez Rattlesnake Removal, Tell Yahoo!news This summer, he was getting busy in Northern California because snakes would climb on people’s porches, plants, and even children’s games.
“I’m busier than ever,” he said. “The complaint comes from all over the state.”
Rattlesnake scavengers say the drought may be part of the reason, because snakes seek refuge in the heat and dry environment.
Ramirez spent the last drought in California and saw a similar pattern of snakes seeking refuge, but he said that the development of gradual entry into the natural habitat of animals may also play a role in the influx of snakes.
“There are so many developments taking place that will replace wild animals including rattlesnakes,” he said.
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Extreme heat also affects citizens in other parts of the United States.
On Monday and Tuesday, most of the Northeast Corridor 1 to 95 is expected to experience steaming high temperatures.
From New York City to Washington DC, Richmond, Virginia and Baltimore, temperatures are expected to rise by 100 degrees around midweek.