The summer of 2023 may be drawing to a close, but the extreme heat is not.
Heat waves like the one that engulfed parts of parts of the South and Midwest and killed more than a dozen people are becoming more common.
Scorching heat across the U.S. already has caused more than a dozen deaths in Texas alone and led to mounting misery from the Pacific Northwest to the South.
Dangerous heat and humidity is smothering parts of the South and Midwest.
A dangerous heat wave has washed over much of the Midwest and South, with temperatures hitting triple digits in Chicago and combining with the humidity to make it feel even hotter there and in other sweltering cities.
It’s never too early to start planning that next trip. Do you have a destination in mind?