By John W. LoftusThe National Weather Service has released its annual National Hot Spot Guide for the second week in a row, this time tracking the hot spots in hot spots across the country.
While most of the nation remains well under the seasonal heat index, hot spots are getting increasingly common in the country as temperatures cool.
The National HotSpot Guide is compiled from weather stations across the United States and includes data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA’s Global Precipitation and Land Surface Temperature (GPS) database.
According to the guide, in the top five areas for the hot spot areas are: the Mid-Atlantic, Central Plains, West, South, Southeast and Southwest regions.
The Northeast, South and Southwest have been the hot zones for the last two years, while the South and Midwest are currently hot spots for the next two years.
While hot spots dogging locations are common, it’s important to keep a close eye on the weather for the heat to be as severe as it can be, especially if you live in the area.
For example, if you are in a hot spot in the middle of nowhere, don’t go out without an umbrella and keep your eyes open for the occasional wind gust, especially on hot days, according to the National Weather Services.
To get a sense of how your hot spot may be affecting your home, here’s a look at the hottest spots in the Northeast, Midwest, West and South regions.
This interactive map uses the National Hot spot Guide as the basis for temperature and humidity information.
The interactive map also includes the number of temperature and moisture reports available at each location.
The map is powered by data from NOAA and the U-NAP.
For more information, see NOAA’s website for the National Heat Index and other temperature data sets.
The interactive map below features the hottest hot spots of the year as of December 1, 2016.
The Interactive Hot Spot Map is powered and maintained by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
It was created using data from NASA’s National Climatic Data Center and the United Nations Atmosphere Data Network.
The map is based on data collected by the National Climasesource and the NHC.
The NHC provides global and local weather data, provides temperature data for the United Kingdom and provides humidity data for more than 60 countries and territories.