In July, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the first time in seven years, with heat indexes reaching 110 degrees. A study released Wednesday found the tropics can expect fewer mild weather days, when temperatures hover between 64 and 86 degrees, as the planet warms.
In July, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the first time in seven years, with heat indexes reaching 110 degrees. A study released Wednesday found the tropics can expect fewer mild weather days, when temperatures hover between 64 and 86 degrees, as the planet warms. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com
In July, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the first time in seven years, with heat indexes reaching 110 degrees. A study released Wednesday found the tropics can expect fewer mild weather days, when temperatures hover between 64 and 86 degrees, as the planet warms. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com

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