It turns out it is the heat. And the cold. Extreme temperatures are more likely to kill you than what we typically consider “extreme” weather events.
A new government survey says only six percent of the Americans who suffer weather-related deaths every year are killed in storms, in floods or by lightning. Exposure to cold is the No. 1 killer. Men and boys, the old, and the poor are most likely to be victims.
ABC’s Scott Goldberg joined us to discuss.
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