Philadelphia and Washington, DC, have declared urgent cases of heat. Boston New York and Baltimore issued the Red Red Extreme Heat Alerts. Heat is blamed for at least 3 deaths in the United States, NBC News reported.
In Arizona the air conditioner's death during Thursday while working in the owner's ceiling is attributed to heat, according to KPNX.
In Maryland health officials attribute this week the extreme heat of death of Prince George County and a Worcester County woman, according to NBC News. Earlier this month, a man from Baltimore City and a woman from Anne Arundel County were killed.
In Michigan, where many traveled to the beach, over 200,000 homes and businesses, mostly in the Washtenaw and Livingston counties, were without electricity after the storms, Michigan Live reported. The emergency services from South Haven have reported that two people have been rescued from the water, one being caught in a rupture.
In New York, more than 9,000 customers lost power on Saturday afternoon in Far Rockaway, Queens and Long Island, according to PSEG Long Island.
- The New York authorities canceled Times Square in the 1969 moon landing celebration and the open-air festival where players Megan Rapinho, musician John Legend, and Trevor Noah, lead the "The Daily Show." Medical crews have been in standby at the National Mall, ready to treat heat-related diseases, at Apollo 11 this weekend, according to CBS News, several East Coast cities set for high heat and humidity that would make it feel like over 100 degrees.
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