A record-breaking winter heat wave had residents of Washington state, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and Canada feeling like it was mid-spring this week. Parts of British Columbia hit 72.5 degrees, a record high for the region. In Montana, the unusually hot and dry weather has set prairies ablaze, with two dozen homes and businesses catching fire in the rural town of Denton.
Heat Wave in Northern U.S., Canada Breaks Temperature Records, Sets Montana Fields on Fire
HeadlineDec 03, 2021