Many states witnessed heat records, wildfire evacuations, severe weather with tornadoes today

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Notable warmth over the South proceeds with today with San Antonio, Texas hitting 107 degrees, the hottest temperature at any point recorded in the city in the long stretch of July.

In Del Rio, Texas, temperatures arrived at an incredible 112 degrees which tied the hottest temperature at any point recorded in the city's history.

In New Orleans, an everyday record high was broken yesterday when the city arrived at 99 degrees, however, with humidity, the warmth list arrived at 118 degrees.

Today, 10 states from New Mexico to Florida are under Heat Advisories and Warnings where the warmth file could finish off 110 degrees with genuine temperatures moving toward 100 by and by.

In the West, breezy unpredictable breezes helped spread out of wildfires from California to Colorado.

In Evergreen, Colorado, the Elephant Butte Fire constrained departures of in excess of 1,000 homes and the fire is at present 0% contained.

In southern Utah, the Veyo West Fire has consumed 1,184 sections of land and is likewise 0% contained. There were clearings yesterday at the same time, as of toward the beginning of today, it was lifted.

In Fresno County, California, the Mineral Fire consumed 1,000 sections of land and is right now 0% contained with evacuations in effect and structures threatened.

Warning Warnings and a Fire Weather Watch has been given from California to Colorado.