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Supplementary Materials

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  • Fig. S1. Anomalies in residents’ exposure temperatures during simulated heat and cold waves across CONUS.
  • Fig. S2. Map of studied domains around selected metropolitan areas across CONUS.
  • Fig. S3. Spatial variability of WRF-simulated mean air temperature during studied extreme events in four example metropolitan areas.
  • Fig. S4. Relations between the impact of population dynamics on temperature exposure during extreme events and the studied city boundaries.
  • Fig. S5. Population dynamics–induced changes in exposure temperature under different climate zones for normal days and extreme events.
  • Fig. S6. Relations between the effect of population dynamics under extreme events and cities’ temperature and population spatial variabilities.
  • Table S1. Population and climate information of the studied metropolitan areas.
  • Table S2. Tarea and Tpop (°C) estimates in normal days and under extreme events during the simulation periods.
  • Table S3. Summary of the number of extreme event days during the simulation periods.
  • Table S4. Summary of mean absolute errors of 2-m air temperature during four simulated extreme events.

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