The heatwave that killed dozens of people over the weekend continues to spread across Southern California.

Twitter’s data center knocked out by extreme heat in California What appears to be the heatwave that killed dozens of people over the weekend continues to spread across Southern California. Hot temperatures and high…

The heatwave that killed dozens of people over the weekend continues to spread across Southern California.

Twitter’s data center knocked out by extreme heat in California

What appears to be the heatwave that killed dozens of people over the weekend continues to spread across Southern California.

Hot temperatures and high humidity will continue to pose a risk to people, animals and the environment.

While the temperatures have cooled off somewhat, the high-humidity air still can carry wildfires, including the Camp Fire and the Tubbs Fire in Northern California, which were both sparked by lightning. These fires have burned at least 173,000 acres of land, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. The Camp and Tubbs fires are now 30% contained.

The heat is expected to continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The heat is expected to continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The heat is expected to continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

In Santa Rosa, California, it’s been too hot to play baseball and swimming.

In Santa Rosa, California, it’s been too hot to play baseball and swimming.

In Santa Rosa, California, it’s been too hot to play baseball and swimming.

The heat is expected to continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The heat is expected to continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

In Santa Rosa, California, it’s been too hot to play baseball and swimming.

In Santa Rosa, California, it’s been too hot to play baseball and swimming.

What appears to be the heatwave that killed dozens of people over the weekend continues to spread across Southern California.

Hot temperatures and high humidity will continue to pose a risk to people, animals and the environment.

While the temperatures have cooled off somewhat, the high-humidity air still can carry wildfires, including the Camp Fire and the Tubbs Fire in Northern California, which were both sparked by lightning. These fires have burned at least 173,000 acres of land, according to the

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