1995 Chicago heat wave
The 1995 Chicago heat wave was a heat wave which led to approximately 750 heat-related deaths in Chicago over a period of five days. Most of the victims of the heat wave were elderly poor residents of...
1936 North American heat wave
The 1936 North American heat wave was the most severe heat wave in the modern history of North America. It took place in the middle of the Great Depression and Dust Bowl of the 1930s, and caused catas...
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1980 United States heat wave
The 1980 United States Heat Wave was a period of intense heat and drought that wreaked havoc on much of the Midwestern United States and Southern Plains throughout the summer of 1980. It is among the ...
2011 North American heat wave
The 2011 North American heat wave was a deadly summer 2011 heat wave that affected the Southern Plains, Midwestern United States, Eastern Canada, Northeastern United States, and much of the Eastern Se...
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2006 North American heat wave
The 2006 North American heat wave spread throughout most of the United States and Canada beginning on July 15, 2006, killing at least 225 people. That day the temperature reached 117 °F (47&...
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1911 Eastern North America heat wave
The 1911 Eastern North America heat wave was an 11-day heat wave in New York City and other Eastern cities that killed 380 people starting on July 4, 1911. In Nashua, New Hampshire, the temperature pe...
1911 Eastern North America heat wave - Wikipedia
2000 Southern United States heat wave
Aided by drought, a heat wave persisted in late Summer 2000 along the southern tier of the United States from July to early September of that year. Near the end of the period, daily, monthly, and eve...
2007 Western North American heat wave
The 2007 western North American heat wave was a record-breaking event that began in late June 2007. The heat stretched from Mexico to Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and into northwestern Ontario. ...
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2013 Southwestern United States heat wave
The 2013 Southwestern United States heat wave occurred in late June to early July 2013, lasting from around four days to a week locally. Daily highs were up to 15 °C (26 °F) above average, w...
2007 North America South and Eastern heatwave
The 2007 North America South and Eastern heatwave was a continuation and eastward expansion of the 2007 Western North American heat wave which began in late June 2007. The heatwave expanded eastward s...
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2009 Pacific Northwest heat wave
The 2009 Pacific Northwest heat wave was a heat wave that affected the region west of the Cascades (Oregon, Washington, British Columbia) in late July. The heat wave set many new heat records across t...
1896 Eastern North America heat wave
The 1896 Eastern North America heat wave was a 10-day heat wave in New York City, Boston, Newark, New Jersey and Chicago that killed about 1,500 people in August 1896.
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2001 Eastern North America heat wave
A rather cool and uneventful summer along the East Coast of the United States (with a more average heat pattern occurring in the Midwest/Great Lakes regions) changed abruptly when a ridge of high pres...
California wildfires of October 2007
The October 2007 California wildfires were a series of about thirty wildfires (with 17 of them becoming major wildfires) that began igniting across Southern California on October 20. At least 1,500 ho...
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