Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Gee, this is HOT!

The weather in the Canadian and US western coasts is hot, and it has been this way for about a week. Today we had a cooler day than the last ones, just about 30°C; but the thermometres have reached temperatures as high as 36°C here in the British Columbia. And the panorama isn't better in certain regions of California, where the warmth has reached unpreceded levels (44°C or higher) and this situation has caused fear and warning among civilians and authorities.
There in California, official reports confirm the death of at least 56 people. Besides, some transforers that supply of electricity to cities like Los Angeles broke down because of the heat wave, and according to the authorities, about 1,5 million people stopped enjoying of this service. Could things be any worse?
Well, I'd dare to say that yes, things can be worse. We can expect (let's hope not!) some forests on fire, just like it's already happening in Galliano Island, Canada.
But if you live in any of these regions affected by the heat, I strongly recommend you to be in cool places as long as you can, use sun blocker creams, drink lotos of water, and avoid being too much in the streets.
See you people, enjoy summer!

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