Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Heat wave of spreads in North East

Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Excessive heat, power outages not MixThe heat will index most likely to exceed 105 degrees in 23 StatesHeat security advisories are expected to last through at least TuesdayExcessive heat is extremely dangerous for human HealthHeat in connection with death reported in Illinois

(CNN) --eine dangerous heat wave continued to facilitate Mainland, so as it spread to North-East, slowly in the nation, the national weather service said.

23 States and the District of Columbia were Tuesday under heat advisories.

Excessive heat warnings are from Western Oklahoma to Connecticut, and from the deep South to the Ohio Valley.

In these reach areas, the heat index or body due to the effects of heat and humidity combined to, how feels hot between 110 and 115 degrees of this week.

Stillwater, Oklahoma and Fort Smith, Arkansas, indented on Monday the high temperatures in the United States, topping at 107 degrees, the weather service said. At least a dozen affected, century mark, with many others well into the 1990s.

A 51-year-old man in Granite City, Illinois, died Sunday due to excessive heat, said the coroner to Madison County. Mitsunari Uechi was no longer in his mobile home, where the air conditioning was not working. Police the residence described as "hot extreme" coroner Stephen Nonn in a statement said.

Uechi shipped to regional medical center with a temperature of 104 degrees at gateway. He was pronounced dead later, according to the coroner.

Nonn noted, that Uechi "suffered chronic medical problems, which placed him in a higher risk of heat stress-related disease."

Multiple high-temperature records have been broken recently.

Wichita, Kansas, hit 111 degrees Sunday. The national weather service says that the temperature of 111 degrees are only 10 times occurred since July 1888.

High pressure across the Plains is that weather patterns keep stable, so that heat to build and expand the East coast of the United States.

Some discharge is expected midweek, as the high pressure system weakens and moves slightly South-East. Thus, thunderstorms will be to develop in the Central Plains.

Excessive heat is extremely dangerous to human health. According to the information on the website of the national weather service, diseases can develop heat when the body to quickly heated loses itself safe cooling or a person to much liquid or salt through sweating or dehydration.

Symptoms of heat exhaustion include heavy sweating, pale and moist skin, weak pulse, fainting and vomiting.

The Agency suggests that people from heat protect diseases by reducing the activity during the hottest part of the day, wear light clothes and drink plenty of water.

The Agency also requires that people of caffeinated or alcoholic drinks contain. Even meat and other proteins can increase metabolic heat production.

The States under a heat advisory is:














-New Jersey

-New York

--North Carolina




-South Carolina



-VirginiaCNN Monica O'Connor, Jacqui Jeras and Ed Payne contributed to this report.

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