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Fall is here… but summer is coming. How to prepare for the next extreme heat wave now

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Summer is over, but memories of the season’s historic heat waves are burned into our consciousness.

Before the next scorcher hits—next week? Next year?—consider these strategies from professors at Northeastern on projects to tackle now and supplies to have on hand to stay cool and keep you and your loved ones safe.  

With climatologists saying extreme heat waves may be here to stay, as USA Today reports, the experts also describe collective and regulatory measures to take stress off the energy grid and keep the air conditioning working.

Continue reading at News@Northeastern.

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