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In almost every day in September so far, Brazil has had twice the number of hot spots as the US, according to the Greenpeace Global Fire Dashboard, which identifies fire activity using NASA satellite data.
Whether your cord is made from nylon or polyester, both plastics will burn once they are hot enough.
If you can’t bear to sip a piping hot mug of dark roast on a scorching day, we understand.
GREAT COFFEE BEANS FOR COLD BREWPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
They are all joined by legions of other hot startups, like Panoply, Incorta, and Yellowbrick.
Their interest suggested a growing investor-grade nervousness about swiftly mounting environmental risk in the hottest real estate markets in the country.
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL FORCE A NEW AMERICAN MIGRATIONBY ABRAHM LUSTGARTEN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MERIDITH KOHUTSEPTEMBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
Firefighters are mopping up hot spots and securing a perimeter, but a high pressure system is expected to return to the area by midweek bringing warmer temperatures with it.
Bike shorts have been trending for the past few years—among fashion types and Kardashians as well as hot yogis and SoulCyclers—with good reason.
WHY I LIVE IN BIKE SHORTSALETA BURCHYSKISEPTEMBER 13, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Barbara Bradford emerges from a hot kitchen with fans going full blast.
THE BIG CORPORATE RESCUE AND THE AMERICA THAT’S TOO SMALL TO SAVEBY LYDIA DEPILLIS, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND PAUL KIELSEPTEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
Not too cold, not too hot — just as Goldilocks would have it.
In the drawing-room things went on much as they always do in country drawing-rooms in the hot weather.

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