Hot Enough for You? Time to Teach Against Fossil Fuels
Here in the Pacific Northwest, we've been spared most of the brutal weather experienced in the rest of the country. Throughout the United States, in the month of June alone, 3,200 daytime high temperature records were broken or tied. In Washington, D.C., an 11-day stretch of temperatures above 95 degrees is the longest since records have been kept. The weird and deadly mid-Atlantic storm--the "land hurricane"--took the lives of 23 people and left 4 million without electricity. Colorado has suffered through the worst forest fires in the state's history.