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Environnement

Las Vegas: cinq journées consécutives de 46 degrés Celsius et plus

Matt Fiedler takes a photo of daughter Sally Fiedler, left, and wife Cecilia Fiedler by the thermometer at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center, Tuesday, July 9, 2024, in Death Valley, Calif. European tourists and adventurers from around the U.S. are still being drawn to Death Valley National Park, even though the desolate region known as one of the Earth's hottest places is being punished by a dangerous heat wave. (AP Photo/Ty ONeil)
Matt Fiedler takes a photo of daughter Sally Fiedler, left, and wife Cecilia Fiedler by the thermometer at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center, Tuesday, July 9, 2024, in Death Valley, Calif. European tourists and adventurers from around the U.S. are still being drawn to Death Valley National Park, even though the desolate region known as one of the Earth's hottest places is being punished by a dangerous heat wave. (AP Photo/Ty ONeil)

Las Vegas a connu mercredi son cinquième jour consécutif de températures records oscillant à 46,1 °C ou plus au milieu d’une vague de chaleur qui s’allonge et qui devrait faire griller une grande partie des États-Unis jusqu’à la fin de semaine.