Climate Hell Unleashed: Wildfires Rage Across the Southwest

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California braces for a brutal wildfire season as record-breaking temperatures and relentless drought grip the Southwest. The state is a stark illustration of the looming “climate hell” warned of by the United Nations.

Fueled by searing heat and bone-dry conditions, wildfires are erupting across the Southwest, forcing evacuations and threatening communities.

Local vegetation has already been transformed into tinder, creating perfect conditions for wildfires to ignite and spread rapidly.

 With weeks of scorching temperatures forecast, the situation is expected to worsen. Las Vegas, for example, has already shattered heat records during the season’s first heatwave. This is a worrying sign of what’s to come. 

Wildfire season in the Southwest typically runs from April to October, but the combination of extreme drought, rising temperatures, and gusty winds has only increased the threat.

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