On Sunday, millions of people in the south and west are facing triple-digit temperatures and look forward to the next few days of amnesty.
The National Weather Service has issued heat recommendations in parts of the Deep South as the heat index has reached dangerous levels.
Shreveport, Mississippi reached 105 degrees Celsius on Sunday, and Houston, Texas reached 103 degrees Celsius.
High fever will not last long and will bring long-awaited heat relief to the South, as temperatures are expected to return to the 80s and 90s in most of the region over the next few days.
On Sunday, high temperatures also occurred in parts of the western region.
A woman buys ice cream in downtown Chicago on June 14, 2022. .. The Chicago Metropolitan Area is preparing for heat waves as the US National Meteorological Office issued a heat recommendation for the region on Monday.
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Seattle is expected to reach 90 degrees on Sunday afternoon for the first time this year. On Saturday, temperatures exceeded 80 degrees Celsius for the first time in 2022, as much of the northwest is experiencing weekends like the first summer.
Some parts of Oregon are expected to exceed 100 degrees, and Portland will reach 99 degrees by the afternoon. Heat alerts have been issued in California, including Los Angeles and Fresno.
Droughts continue in many parts of the west, but rainfall in the Pacific Northwest has helped alleviate the problem.
In parts of New Mexico, rainfall of up to 3 inches is expected and drought mitigation is minimized.
While 90% of New Mexico faces extreme droughts, more than half of the states face exceptional droughts, which is a major crop and pasture loss. , The risk of fire, can lead to water shortages in reservoirs and streams. NWS.
Flash flood monitoring is being carried out in parts of northern New Mexico in northern Albuquerque, but flood warnings continue to be carried out in southern Utah.
Residents need to prepare for short periods of heavy rainfall, especially by creating flash floods that appear rapidly throughout the scars of recent wildfires. Some storms can cause lightning, which can cause a fire.
ABC News' Riley Winch contributed to this report.