Revelation 16:9 “They were scorched by the fierce heat, and they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory.”
- Heat dome to keep the Central US sweltering throughout the week
- A tremendous dome of heat will continue to spin over the central U.S. this week like a giant wheel with the most persistent extreme temperatures centered over the southern Plains and lower Mississippi Valley region.
- A surge of 100-degree warmth will shift from the Dakotas to Minnesota and northern Wisconsin
- Bismarck, North Dakota, hit 100 Sunday and smashed the old record of 97 set during the Depression Era in 1933.
- Fargo, North Dakota, tied its record of 101 Sunday, which was also set in 1933.
- The second dangerous surge of heat in as many weeks will build as the week progresses with the worst levels of both heat and humidity
- Even Gulf Coast cities such as New Orleans could record a 5- to 10-degree spike in high temperatures.
- In downtown Kansas City, Missouri, the 11-day period from June 9 to June 19 saw seven record highs set range from 97 to 104 degrees in the city.
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