Mexico’s heat wave is set to continue

Mexico’s heat wave is set to continue

Warmer weather on tap for Southern California after weekend of storms

It’s too soon for rain showers or chilly temperatures, but the weather is changing and could be as warm as 60 degrees and even warmer by Tuesday.

“We’re going to see a lot more sunshine today, possibly, with higher humidity,” said David Schwartz, an aerospace engineer based in Los Angeles.

It’s a welcome early start to the second half of the week. Temperatures will be in the mid-80s to lower 90s all week.

A record-setting heat wave killed at least four people and killed more than 35 in Mexico due to a record string of hot and dry weather, according to emergency officials.

The heat wave in Mexico was the country’s deadliest in the past two decades and forced more than half of the country’s residents to seek shelter.

And that number is expected to rise. The Mexican Red Cross said more than 3,800 people were in shelters across the country, an increase of almost 600 people from the previous day.

The country’s largest city, Mexico City, was at a daily heat-related death rate of more than 100 people, according to the emergency agency.

After a week that saw widespread devastation, residents of several Mexican cities began to return home on Sunday.

The country’s President announced a plan Sunday to expand federal aid for the impoverished and the battered state of Chiapas, where the death toll climbed to more than 50 in the past week, more than double the previous day’s toll.

In Oaxaca, the first of three states to be hit by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake, residents began returning Sunday in droves.

In Veracruz, which was hit by an 8.1 earthquake in December, the first bodies were removed from the rubble of a nearby school, a public health official said. The agency urged people to stay away from the area until crews could remove every “suspicious” body.

With so much uncertainty, the focus was on the safety of the region’s residents, officials said

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