TDY: CLOUDY & HUMID – SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS – 80
TNTE: SHOWERS END – MID 60S
FRI: PARTLY CLOUDY- HOT – HUMID – LOWER 90S
SAT: HAZY – OPPRESSIVELY HOT AND HUMID – 95-100
SUN: PARTLY CLOUDY- STEAMY –LATE THUNDERSTORM – 95-100
WEATHER TRIVIA:1942 – SMETHPORT – PENNSYLVANIA – GETS 30” OF RAIN IN 6 HOURS.
|Dangerous Heatwave On The Way|
10 TIPS FOR SURVIVING A HEAT WAVE WHILE IT’S HAPPENING
Never leave children or pets alone in hot vehicles—even for a second.Stay inside during the hottest part of the day (10 A.M to 4 P.M.) and limit time outside in the Sun. Avoid strenuous activity and postpone outdoor games and events.If A/C is not available, stay indoors on the lowest floor in a well-ventilated area with fans. Keep shades and blinds closed.Stay hydrated with plenty of water—even if you’re not thirsty. Don’t drink alcohol, sugary soda or drinks, or other caffeinated beverages, as they will only make dehydration worse.Eat small meals and eat more often.Use sunscreen and wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing and a hat made of breathable material.During heat waves, tune to a NOAA radio station and listen for weather updates from the National Weather Service (NWS).Visit air-conditioned public spaces such as malls, movie theaters, and libraries to keep cool.Check on family and friends who are more susceptible, especially if they may have lost A/C. Keep your pets indoors and make sure they have access to a cool space and plenty of water.If you feel overheated, cool off with wet washcloths, fans, and a cool sponge bath or shower.Too hot at the house? Go to the library or a designated public shelter if your home loses power during periods of extreme heat.Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362 (4FEMA) to find the nearest shelter in your area (example: shelter 12345).
Courtesy of The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
Satellite + radar above shows a front in Northeast with showers and thunderstorms. More storms Upper Midwest otherwise much of the Nation under heat advisories. Below – high temperatures expected on Sunday.Below – today’s risk of severe weather is dark green and yellow….followed by snapshot weather for Friday. Remember…keep cool…and safe.
Satellite + radar above shows a front in Northeast with showers and thunderstorms. More storms Upper Midwest otherwise much of the Nation under heat advisories. Below – high temperatures expected on Sunday.
Below – today’s risk of severe weather is dark green and yellow….followed by snapshot weather for Friday. Remember…keep cool…and safe.