DETROIT (WWJ) – A lot of people are wondering if it’s getting hotter and hotter each summer. Is it really getter hotter, or are we becoming wimps?
Speaking to WWJ Newsradio 950’s Vickie Thomas, Michelle Selzer with the Michigan Department of Environmental Qualities says, “Yes, it’s getting hotter.”READ MORE: Unemployment In Michigan: 30,816 New Jobless Claims Filed Last Week
“With climate change, what we understand is that there is going to be more extreme weather related events,” said Selzer. “The rain will come harder, it will come faster, it will have more impacts on the environment but as well as humans.”
Selzer is also part of a group that’s launching a public awareness campaign this week letting residents know how to beat the heat.READ MORE: If Kids Are Able To Get COVID Vaccine, Health Department May Re-Evaluate Michigan’s Re-Opening Plan
“It’s really great to see this climate justice task force really coordinating efforts and beginning to reach out to the community about what you can do to protect yourself and your family,” she said.
With an excessive heat warning in effect through Thursday night, “This is a true heat wave. It’s serious, and we have more coming,” said WWJ-TV Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus.Gov. Whitmer Won’t Discuss Trip After Reported Use Of Private Jet
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