If you've been having trouble staying cool this summer, you're not alone. The entire continent of North America just finished its hottest June in recorded history, according to the European Union's climate monitoring service.
Heat records were broken across the board last month from Mexico to northern Canada, where British Columbia broke its heat record three days in a row, the Copernicus Climate Change Service reports. Overall, the average temperature was 34.2 degrees warmer than usual, per Copernicus.
June was also the second-warmest in European history and the fourth-warmest worldwide, tying with June 2018, according to the agency.
If the weather keeps getting warmer at this rate, how long will it be before North America becomes uninhabitable?
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