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North Carolina Heat and Air Quality in 2022: Temperatures, Ozone Peaked in June

The North Carolina State Climate Office has released a new report that summarizes their heat and ozone season for 2022. You can read it at https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2022/11/heat-and-air-quality-in-2022-temperatures-ozone-peaked-in-june/. It also discusses the use of wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) for assessing athlete health and potential heat injury possibility.
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New website Heat.gov provides resources for dealing with extreme heat

Today a new website dedicated to providing resources for dealing with extreme heat was introduced. It is Heat.gov and is a product of the National Integrated Heat Health Information System. I have not heard of this initiative before, but it seems to be similar to the National Integrated Drought Information…
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