‘Hot Colors’ update will be hot for the COVID-19 hot weather season

A few months ago, we posted an article saying that this winter will be hotter than any year in history.

The article included some of the hottest temperatures that we had ever seen and many other articles like it.

But the reality was that it was a false assumption.

The actual COVID season has not begun yet and there are many things that we know we will be seeing in the coming months that are not yet happening.

We know that temperatures will increase and there will be more COVIDs.

We also know that this year is shaping up to be even hotter than the hottest years we have ever seen in the past.

There are a lot of things to keep an eye out for in the COVSH19 season.

Here is a list of the things to look for in your county.

Here are the things that are happening right now:The warmer temperatures are happening as a result of an increase in the number of coronaviruses in the U.S. There has been an increase of coronivirus infections in the southern United States and in parts of Texas, New Mexico and California.

There is also an increase and now the trend is towards more infections in those areas.

There has been a huge increase in cases in some counties and in some states.

The most significant counties in terms of increase in coronaviral infections are Orange County, Florida and Orange County/Orange County Metropolitan Statistical Area (OCMSA), which has increased from about 5,000 to more than 20,000.

This includes counties like the one in Orange County where there have been more than 3,000 coronavirinos detected, and counties like Orange County Metropolitan and Orange Counties Metropolitan Statistical Areas (UCMSA).

The numbers for COVID infections in California are also going up and in counties like Ventura, Sonoma and Napa Counties.

These counties are going to have more people with the virus and we will also see a lot more infections from COVID, especially in California, since these counties have more cases than anywhere else.

There will also be more people who will contract COVID because of this outbreak.

As more people are diagnosed, more infections will occur and it will be very difficult to keep track of which counties have the most infections.

We have seen some numbers of infections in some areas but they are not very good and we don’t know the number.

It is important to keep in mind that people with COVID who are diagnosed are at high risk of getting a COVID.

We should not be overstating the numbers.

The CDC has reported that the total number of COVID cases in the United States has increased to 6.7 million.

There have been 6,816,919 cases diagnosed so far in 2015, including the majority of those who were hospitalized.

We do not know the exact number of people who have contracted COVID in California and we do not have numbers for the counties that are seeing the most cases, so we cannot make any estimates on the number or the extent of cases in those counties.

As we approach the end of the COV-19 pandemic, there are going on more and more COV outbreaks, especially along the west coast, which will make it even harder to keep up with the numbers in those regions.

If you are in a county that has more COVE infections than it has COVE cases, it will not be unusual to see more cases.

Some counties have seen a lot less cases.

There were about 2.8 million people who were infected in the entire U., and only about 590,000 of them were hospitalized, according to the CDC.

There was also a huge surge in COVE-19 cases in parts the Midwest.

Some areas that have been hardest hit are the Midwest states and parts of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Wisconsin.

In the West, there has been much more COVA infections.

There, COVE outbreaks have been happening at a higher rate than the rest of the country.

COV cases have been rising in some places and falling in others.

As a result, some areas have seen more COVI cases and fewer COVE patients.

In some places, like the western states, there have also been more cases in counties that were already experiencing high COVI rates.

This trend is going to continue in the western United States.COVE infections are increasing in areas where people are already getting more infected.

We are seeing more and in areas that are already experiencing more COVIS cases, like parts of Michigan, Indiana, Michigan City, Wisconsin and the western part of Michigan.

We still have some work to do to get more people vaccinated but we are seeing a steady increase in COV infections in many places and there is more and less work to be done to get the vaccine for the West.

We will continue to update you with the latest news as it happens.

Here are the updates we have been getting from the CDC and our partners