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July 19, 2021

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80+ Fires Rage Across West, Bootleg Passes 300k Acres

The Bootleg Fire has now burned more than 300,000 acres in southern Oregon and continues to grow as more than 80 large wildfires the West forced evacuations across the region. The Bootleg Fire, currently thenation's  largest fire, is fueled by extremely dry vegetation and low humidity and grew at an average rate of about one football field every five seconds over its first 10 days. It was just 25% contained as of Sunday night PDT. Axios

June Heatwave Sent People To ER, Birds Fleeing Their Nests

The record-shattering Pacific Northwest Heatwave in late June caused a massive increase in emergency room visits, a new CDC report shows. Emergency departments across the region received 3,504 patients with heat-related illnesses in May and June with 79% of those occurring during the six most intense days of the heatwave. Washington and Oregon ERs saw 1,038 visits on June 28 alone, compared to just nine on June 28, 2019. The heatwave affected wildlife as well. Young birds of prey across the West jumped out of their nests to flee the extreme heat, the Washington Post reported. “I think these events really are wake-up calls,” Bob Sallinger, director of conservation at Portland Audubon, said. “That climate change is here, that the impacts are becoming more and more visible.”
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Heavy Rains Trigger Deadly Landslides In Mumbai

At least 30 people are dead as heavy rain triggered landslides in and around Mumbai, India over the weekend. One weather station reported more than nine inches (23.49 cm) of rain in a 24 hour period with moderate to heavy rain expected to continue for another 48 hours. Reuters

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