Huge swaths of U.S. swelter amid prolonged outages, new storms

Reuters: Weary West Virginians dumped rotting food from their refrigerators and tried to clear fallen trees from the roads on Friday as new storms prolonged the power outages that have already lasted a week. The forecast for the weekend called for more record-breaking heat across the Midwest and into the Eastern United States, with heavy rains and severe storms in the upper Midwest, the National Weather Service said. The temperature in Chicago hit 100 Fahrenheit (37.7 Celsius) for the third day in a......

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