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Millions of people in the United States could be exposed to temperatures of 127 degrees Fahrenheit or more in less than 20 years. That’s according to a new report titled – “Killer Heat in the United States; climate choices and the future of dangerously hot days,” Juan Declet-Barreto, co-author of the report and climate scientist at the “Union of Concerned Scientists” spoke to UNews about the study’s main takeaways.

Dangerous heat waves likely to be more common in the next 20 years

Millions of people in the United States could be exposed to temperatures of 127 degrees Fahrenheit or more in less than 20 years. That’s according to a new report titled – “Killer Heat in the United States; climate choices and the future of dangerously hot days,” Juan Declet-Barreto, co-author of the report and climate scientist at the “Union of Concerned Scientists” spoke to UNews about the study’s main takeaways.

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