Updated: June 30, 2020 05:12 AM
Created: June 30, 2020 05:10 AM
It's not uncommon for our area to see dew points (values which give us an idea of how much moisture is in the atmosphere) in the low/mid 70s. It's pretty common come July & August, it's just not the most enjoyable weather for some. And it can even be dangerous. Our hot temps & high humidity will not only last Tuesday, but through the Fourth of July, with highs in the lower to middle 90s for the holiday! When it gets this hot and humid, remember to drink plenty of water, take as many breaks inside the AC or shade, if you are spending time outside, limit that outside time for your furry friends, & check on your elderly relatives & neighbors. And please remember to NEVER leave a child, person, or pet unattended for any length of time in a vehicle on hot & humid days.