Saturday, 24 August, 2019

Excessive Heat Warning issued for West Michigan

Excessive Heat Warning issued for West Michigan 'Death Valley' Heat Wave Striking US with Dangerous 100+ Temps
Anna Jefferson | 19 July, 2019, 22:28

"The highest values will be in the afternoon, but overnight low temperatures will also be very warm and the air oppressively muggy", according to a statement released by the National Weather Service Thursday.

It's hot outside, which is why forecasters at State College issued a warning starting Friday for central Pennsylvania residents.

A high pressure system stretching from coast-to-coast is keeping the heat turned on.

Deloris Knight said she will keep the heat out of her eastside Detroit home by keeping her doors and curtains closed while running the small window air conditioner in her living room. These warnings go into effect Friday at noon and will remain in effect through Saturday evening.

Much of the heat expected for Thursday was forecast to descend on the Midwest and MS, before making its way to the Northeast on Friday and Saturday, Hennen said. Temperatures are expected to be in the 90s with heat indices reaching 105 or higher starting on Friday. Cooling centers and public parks are observing extended hours.

Outdoors workers and athletes, and their supervisors and coaches, should take extra precautions to prevent overexertion. A rising heat index means risky conditions for the young, elderly or others whose health may already be compromised. Lows will be in the lower 70s both nights.

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Protect your skin: The best way to stop skin from burning is to cover it with light weight, loose-fitting clothing and staying in the shade whenever possible. Be sure to check on them and make sure they are keeping cool.

Red Cross officials remind residents to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids, but avoid drinks with caffeine or alcohol. That means exercising during the early morning or at dusk.

Julissa Hernandez and Kuna Malik Hamad, right, stay cool while practicing their Brazilian dancing under a fountain on the Georgetown Waterfront in Washington on Thursday. Signs of heat exhaustion include cold, clammy skin; a fast, weak pulse; vomiting; weakness and fainting.

"In Maine, we are well-versed in dealing with the cold and snow, but this kind of extreme heat tends to set people off", Mick said. The program said heat stroke poses a threat to pets and livestock.

Heat stroke is a serious, life-threatening illness and is considered a medical emergency.

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