The United States has become a very hot country in 2017.
The average annual temperature has risen by 1.7 degrees Celsius, or 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit, over the past decade.
There were 1,976 days with a temperature above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
According to the National Weather Service, the average year-round temperature for the country is 74 degrees, while the average summertime temperature is 69.5 degrees.
The country has also experienced a few extreme events, including the heat wave in Texas that started last June.
According a recent report from Weather Underground, the number of Americans experiencing heat-related illnesses more than doubled between 2015 and 2017.
And, as of December 6, 2017, nearly 17 million people were in need of emergency shelter, according to the CDC.
The heat wave is a prime example of what can happen when climate change worsens.
In Texas, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality estimated that more than 1,000 people died from heat-stroke in 2017, compared to 2,000 deaths in 2016.
A 2016 study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) found that heat waves, droughts, and floods have become more common over the last several decades.
In the years between 1950 and 2000, the frequency of heat waves increased by 70 percent.
In 2000, a heat wave killed about 50,000 Americans, according the study.
The number of heat-wave deaths has increased by 60 percent since the beginning of the 21st century, according NCAR.
In 2017, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recorded about 4,600 heat-storm-related deaths.
This includes 1,400 heat-waves, heat-floods, and flooding deaths.
The most recent heat wave occurred in Texas on January 16.
According the Texas Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), at least 8,000 Texas residents were left without power for several days as a result of the storm.
This is more than triple the number who were left out of the power grid in the summer of 2017.
Some of the most dangerous heat waves and heat waves in the United States occur during the summer, when temperatures are already soaring, so the heat is already making people sick.
For example, a report from the New York Times found that New Yorkers are at greater risk for heat-induced deaths from heat waves.
The report found that the number and severity of heat illness outbreaks among people living in New York City increased from 4,827 in 2016 to 9,788 in 2017 and the number was increasing more than 100 percent in 2018.
Other places have suffered the same kind of heat.
In January 2017, a Florida man died from severe heat stroke after he went without adequate heat for days, according CBS News.
The man, whose name has not been released, died after being hospitalized for more than two days, a medical examiner’s report found.
The Florida Department of Health has not released any information about the man’s condition.
Another man was hospitalized after experiencing severe heatstroke while in the care of a nursing home.
He also suffered heatstroke and died, according TOHRA, a national group dedicated to keeping people in the home.
According TOHra, a man who was admitted to the nursing home in March 2018 had heatstroke, and died a few days later.
In March of 2019, a woman in Ohio was diagnosed with heatstroke after being in the heat for more then two days.
According ToHra’s report, the woman spent almost two weeks in the intensive care unit.
She spent two days in the hospital, and was transferred to the intensive-care unit for several weeks before being discharged.
In both cases, heatstroke victims suffered life-threatening symptoms, including respiratory distress, severe pain, dehydration, and seizures.
In addition to the heat-spreading and heat-disease related deaths, the nation’s cities have experienced significant changes in climate.
Since the end of the last century, average temperatures have increased by 0.7 Celsius (1.4 Fahrenheit), according to NOAA.
In some places, the temperature has even gone up 1 degree Fahrenheit, according NOAA.
However, the weather has been so extreme, that the cities of San Diego and Las Vegas are now experiencing the hottest summer on record, according ToHRA.
As temperatures continue to rise, the impact on health is already being felt.
Heatstroke is the leading cause of death in the U.S. from air-conditioning-related injuries, according a report published in the journal Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Heat-related conditions, such as heat stroke, pneumonia, and respiratory distress syndrome, are the leading causes of death among people who suffer from heat stroke in the country, according an Annals analysis of more than 11,000 hospitalizations and deaths in the nation between 2000 and 2016.
The problem is exacerbated by the fact that people are now living in a city that has been flooded by record-breaking rainfall, according University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth