Disregard the ‘Polar Vortex.’ Here comes the ‘Demise Edge’ and record heat for the Southeast

A couple of the records that could be crushed date spirit to the 1800s.

The National Climate Administration called it “drawn out and hazardous warmth wave.”

“Drink a lot of fluids and wear light, baggy attire.”

A rankling, perilous warmth wave, which one master calls a “demise edge,” is ready to sear the southeastern U.S. over the Commemoration Day weekend.

While the focal U.S. manages floods and tempests, some record-breaking record high temperatures for May could be broken as highs rocket into the upper 90s to low 100s right from Alabama to Virginia.

“In what has been a hotter than-ordinary May to date over the Southeast, temperatures will take a prominent turn upwards through the week’s end and into Dedication Day weekend,” AccuWeather meteorologist Max Vido said.

A couple of the records that could be crushed date spirit to the 1800s.

“Most high temperature records over the district remain during the 90s, so these urban communities are relied upon to reliably challenge records amid the warmth wave,” Vido said.

In Charleston, South Carolina, the National Climate Administration called it “drawn out and perilous warmth wave.”

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