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Extreme heat wave impacts millions across Western United States

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The Western United States is experiencing a sweltering and dangerous heat wave this week expected to bring 90-degree temperatures to over 200 million people and triple-digit temperatures to 40 million. California and Texas are already urging residents to conserve power, as the Western region is also on the verge of its worst drought in two decades. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports from Dallas.