For much of the country this summer has meant extreme heat. Many states and cities have broken records, and it isn’t just limited to our country. The summer of 2023 has been the hottest in modern records averaged over the entire world.
Places in the American Southwest that routinely experience extreme heat have seen recording-breaking stretches of 100+ degree days. Areas of the Midwest that sometimes have milder temperatures are affected by an enormous heat dome across much of the country. Even the East Coast is seeing a blistering late-season heat wave.
In addition to affecting your energy bills and your will to ever leave your house again, extreme heat can do a number on your car. Here are a few things to look out for as September continues to keep things cooking.