According to CNN meteorologist Ivan Cabrera, a cold front moving through the Midwest will reach the east coast on Monday, bringing heavy rain and cooler air.
The front will ease days of extreme temperatures, Cabrera said.
Part of the relief comes from the overnight fall in Midwest temperatures, which were often close to 80 degrees last week.
While the temperatures on the east coast and in the Midwest on Monday can sink into the 70s, there is still some heat on Sunday.
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Staying safe on the final leg
After a day of extreme heat, officials still urge people to take steps to play it safe.
Last week, the heatwave spilled from New Mexico to Maine, causing authorities across the country to say goodbye to warnings and recommendations on dealing with the heat.
While many people – especially in regions where regularly Higher temperatures prevail – underestimating the dangers of summer heat, the average Americans die annually more than any other natural disaster, according to Cabrera.
The most vulnerable persons include the elderly, infants, Cape
To reduce these risks, the report and city officials recommend staying hydrated and avoiding being out of heat during the time, medical training Personnel and community members regarding heat stroke symptoms and the assistance of friends, family members and neighbors to investigate the most vulnerable.
Impact of climate change
The heatwave threat is growing bigger and bigger as the climate crisis progresses, says Francesco Rocca, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
"Climate projections suggest that if greenhouse gas emissions remain in their current path, by the year 2100, three out of every four people on Earth could potentially be exposed to deadly heat and humidity for at least 20 days a year," the report said ,
Dakin Andone, Jay Croft and Artemis Moshtaghian of CNN contributed to this report.