The United States is about to experience some of the hottest temperatures of summer and will be sweltering for days. What’s being deemed as a massive “heat dome” is settling in over the central United States, which means unlikely cities like Omaha, NE; Des Moines, IA, and Pierre, SD will experience temperatures around the 100s and heat indices of more than 110.

The reason for this is because a massive high-pressure system is forming at exceptionally high altitudes that works like a lid on a pressure-cooker, forcing hot air back down to the surface, where it gets even hotter. Recently I talked about how these extreme temperatures seem to be leading us to the fulfillment of the book of Revelation that speaks of an extreme heat that will strike humanity as one of many plagues.