Texas hit record-breaking temperatures over the weekend amid a heatwave set to spread over parts of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, while tropical storms in the south marked an early hurricane season.
Temperatures reached as high as 112F on Saturday in Central and South Texas, the highest since the 2020 heatwave in Borgen, where a scorching temperature of 116F was recorded, prompting the National Weather Service to issue heat advisories likely to be reinstated this week as the heatwave continues.
Colorado and New Mexico reached the 90s, and Phoenix, Arizona experienced three-digit temperatures for the first time this year, the Washington Post reported.
Meanwhile, the Midwest is bracing for severe storms as the heatwave sparks an early hurricane season.
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