Summers feeling hotter? The temps back you up

Detroit News: If it seems like summers are getting hotter in Detroit, history -- and science -- confirm it: Over the last five decades, extreme heat has become more intense and more common, a report released Thursday says. Since 1959, the number of heat waves has doubled, from an average of two per summer to four. In addition, there are twice as many hot, humid days in summer compared to 52 years ago, jumping from an average of three to more than six. Nighttime temperatures also have warmed an average of......

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