Given the 2023 summer thus far around the world (northern hemisphere), it is a valid question to ask the basic question: How hot is TOO hot? It is a macro question impacting virtually everyone.
Heat, humidity, and the ability to grow food will become driving forces in human AND animal migration in the coming years. We are seeing it in parts of Florida, Texas, and California now (lack of rain/water over an extended period, storms/tides destroying property along the shore, and so on). Expecting people to remain where they can not reasonably survive (i.e., Latin America between Mexico and Colombia) is not realistic as the planet warms even more–and the humidity also rises (making living in many places impossible).
Plan for it. Do not expect to stop desperate people with no chance of survival to be reasonable when they can see they MIGHT make it in the US, Canada, and elsewhere north of Mexico. They do not care what you want. They are “fighting to survive” and they will do ANYTHING they think will help them to survive.