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Humans arrived in North America earlier than believed, but needed a period of warmer climate to thrive.
The Arctic heat wave that sent Siberian temperatures soaring to around 100 degrees Fahrenheit on the first day of summer put an exclamation point on an astonishing transformation of the Arctic environment that's been underway for about 30 years.
Dust from the Sahara Desert in Africa is blowing across the Atlantic Ocean into the southern United States.
Colorado's Drought Task Force and Phase 2 of the State Drought Mitigation and Response Plan were activated this week as drought conditions deepen.
While extreme drought was stable in Colorado this week, moderate and severe conditions continued to advance in the northeast portion of the state.
Desert locations are likely to have the most brutal conditions, surpassing 110 degrees Fahrenheit for several days this week in places like Phoenix and Needles, California. Death Valley is forecast to reach 120 F one or more times in the coming week. Expect a warm week in drought-plagued southwest Colorado, too.
Electric grids, such as high power lines, lose over fiver percent of their energy during transmission - a waste that physicists are trying to overcome.
One-third of Colorado is now in extreme drought, increasing eight percent over the previous week.
The tilt of Earth's axis as it orbits the sun results in the seasonal changes.