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Reuters reports that a heat wave blanketing the northeastern United States is expected to move west after the Fourth of July. A seven-day heat wave, which the National Weather Service says occurs once every 33 years, began in New York on Saturday. Parts of New England then experienced record-setting temperatures over the weekend. Later this week a storm front is expected to roll through and cool down the eastern seaboard for the weekend - providing relief to Washington, D.C.

Added on the 03/07/2018 14:44:16 - Copyright : Wochit

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