Extreme Heat IconDid you know that Heat Waves have caused more deaths, on average, in the last ten years than any other weather hazard including tornadoes, hurricanes and flooding?

The National Weather Service issues weather outlooks, heat advisories and warnings and special weather statements. We will bring you special weather alerts for our area and link them below. DON’T BECOME A STATISTIC!!! 

Hydrate. Whether you feel thirsty or not, drink plenty of water to avoid becoming dehydrated, especially when you're working or exercising outside.

Educate yourself. Keep up with the latest temperature and heat index forecasts and current readings (take actions to stay cool and safe when the temperatures hits 85 degrees or the heat index hits 90 degrees). Know the warning signs of a heat illness, and how you can stay cool.

Act quickly when a heat illness is suspected. Seek medical attention immediately for any of these warning signs: cramping, rapid pulse, heavy sweating, hot red skin, dizziness, confusion, nausea, vomiting.

Take it easy. Anyone working or exercising outdoors should avoid overexertion, especially between the hours of 11 am and 6 pm. Take hourly breaks in the shade or in air conditioning.          



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