Californians sweated it out amid a record-breaking heat wave entering its 10th day on Friday, September 9, 2022, that has helped fuel deadly wildfires and pushed energy supplies to the brink of daily power outages.
At Oakland's Lake Merritt, a popular spot for joggers, walkers and those looking to be in nature, crews on Wednesday began removing dead crabs, bat rays, striped bass and other fish that began piling up on its rocky shores over the weekend.
The statement, issued Friday, came in the wake of media reports of property owners demanding residents in apartment buildings remove window-mounted air conditioners or face extra payments or eviction as Ontario endures another sweltering summer.
Five provinces across central and eastern Canada continued to swelter in unseasonably hot conditions on Sunday, August 7, 2022, Environment Canada said as it extended a widespread heat warning into a second day.
The temperatures in Portland, Oregon, could top 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 Celsius) on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, making it likely the hottest day of a week−long heat wave for the Pacific Northwest region that rarely sees such scorching weather.