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For residents in an apartment complex in Northeast D.C., home sweet home is hardly cozy, and they\’re not happy.
The District has opened its 19 spray parks a week early to help kids stay cooling during the heat wave.
Anyone who exercises outdoors in the heat needs to remember that their body is working hard to keep cool.
D.C. Water is asking residents to leave the fire hydrants alone and find other ways to cool down as the temperatures soar this summer.
Summer isn\’t here yet — but it\’s temperatures are.
Through the heat and the haze of the Washington region, you can spot some hardcore fitness fanatics running, walking, cycling or playing golf or tennis outside. But there comes a time when it\’s best to take physical activity inside.
Cooling centers open across the area to help residents cool off as temperatures rise.
The first Maryland heat-related death of 2013 happened in Howard County, state authorities announced Wednesday.
Whether you believe that climate change is real or not, the fact
remains that the summers are getting hotter and the storms are more intense.
A Bermuda high off the Carolinas will funnel hot air into the region for the next several days. Temperatures will be in the 90s.
Warming food and beverages in plastic containers has been a hot topic in recent years. However, experts say it is a warning that should not be ignored.