The summer is finally here, and while we’re all waiting to see what the next wave of winter storms will bring, it looks like the summer heat can still get us in a lot of trouble.

While many Americans are taking advantage of the warmth and fresh air by heading out into the country to enjoy the summer, many others are struggling to find the right bottles of water.

According to a new study, the heat and humidity is one of the most common factors behind water shortages in the U.S. and Canada.

And while the study found that there was no clear relationship between the humidity and drinking water shortages, there is evidence that high humidity can lead to higher levels of water in people’s systems.

While the researchers were able to pinpoint which countries were particularly vulnerable to water shortages and drought, they say that the situation is still evolving and there’s more work to be done.

The study focused on a number of countries, including Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.

The authors, which were based at the University of Pennsylvania, used the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) database to find data on water consumption and availability across the country.

While there were some interesting findings, the researchers say that it’s important to keep in mind that the U