WASHINGTON – The National Weather Service has released a feverishness advisory for a DC metro area from noon to 8 p.m. Monday, as feverishness index values could strech over 100 degrees.
Monday should strech rise temperatures, due to strech a high of 99 degrees.
The larger Washington metro segment is affected, including Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Howard, Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties in Maryland, as good as Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William Counties in Virginia.
For DC, a Heat Emergency Plan is now in effect through Jul 2, as temperatures and feverishness index values will soar into mid-to-upper 90s.
Significant feverishness will continue into Tuesday. There are extreme feverishness warnings from a midwest to easterly seashore due to high steam levels.
If possible, we should try to stay indoors or in a shade. If we are out in a sun, be certain to splash copiousness of H2O and use sunblock to strengthen your skin.
The NWS recommends anyone who will be outward should sojourn hydrated, extent eager outside activities, and wear lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing.
Additionally, beware of withdrawal children or pets in a sealed car. Even with temperatures in a 80s, temperatures inside a automobile can strech over 100 degrees in 20 minutes.