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Heat wave continues in the States – ‘feels like’ 46 degrees

A slow-moving cold front will be the focal point for more shower and thunderstorm activity today across Mid West America, reports

Before that occurs, many residents of the Midwest and Great Lakes region will have sufferrf through another hot night.

Lows in Chicago may not get down much below 27 degrees celcius. This is a dangerous situation.

As the front progresses slowly eastward on Thursday, the main thunderstorm threat will extend from Michigan to Kansas. The brunt of the action should extend from Michigan back to northern Illinois.

Some thunderstorms may contain damaging winds and even a few tornadoes.

High temperatatures will shoot into the 30s from the southern Plains to the lower Great Lakes. With dew point temperatures in the mid to late 30s, it will feel like 46 degrees C in many areas



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