Friday began a fierce heatwave in California, and on Sunday afternoon local time and reached the new heights, as on Sunday in Death Valley was measured 130 degrees fahrenheit, which is equivalent to 54,4 degrees celsius.
It is the highest temperature recorded in the UNITED states in 107 years, writes CBS News. In 1913, the measured one is 56,7 degrees - also in Death Valley.
Already on Friday wrote to several american media, this heat wave could be more severe than the deadly seven-day heat wave that hit the state in July 2006.
at the Time was in Los Angeles measured 119 degrees Fahrenheit in Woodland Hills, and thus the current heatwave has already surpassed the incident in 2006, where 130 deaths were associated with heat wave.
It is expected that citizens in the area will experience record high temperatures, both day and night until Thursday, wrote the LA Times Friday.
According to the national weather service will the temperatures be particularly critical from 11 am to at 19 local time.