Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-11 17:45:00 –
Next week, dangerously high temperatures are expected in Arizona.
Due to excessive heat warnings, meteorological authorities have begun to warn people about intense outdoor activities, except in the middle of the night or early in the morning. Health officials will change the schedule of some outdoor COVID-19 vaccination work. Phoenix fire authorities will replace crew members engaged in large-scale fires. Border guards warn of the dangers migrants face as they cross the desert.
In Tucson, high temperatures of 107 to 113 are expected from Saturday to Wednesday, June 12, and highs of 104 to 110 are expected on Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service said.
The Meteorological Department also issued a warning against high temperatures of up to 118 degrees Celsius in the desert areas of south-central Arizona from Saturday, June 12, to next Friday.
The Phoenix office of the Meteorological Department said the warning “means that even local standards will result in very hot periods.”
According to the Meteorological Department, people should stay indoors, drink more water than usual, and try to check for family, friends, neighbors, especially the elderly.
With heat warnings and recommendations in large areas of California, Nevada, and New Mexico, the city of Las Cruces has opened cooling stations for residents, especially the elderly and high-risk people.
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