Temperatures will soar across much of the U.S. the next few days, approaching 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) from Chicago to New York as the summer’s first heat wave takes hold and spurs electricity demand. Heat affects more than daily life, it also has a huge impact on business and economic output... CLICK to watch the video
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