code red heat alert
Heat and humidity sent more than a dozen people to emergency rooms over the weekend. With more hot days in the forecast, everyone is urged to take precautions.
Scorching temperatures can not only be uncomfortable, but also dangerous. Health leaders Sunday are issuing a code red alert.
Deadly summer. High heat claims more lives in Maryland.
The Baltimore City Health Department has extended the Code Red Heat Alert through Friday. The alert is issued when high temperatures pose health risks.
The Baltimore City Health Department has declared a Code Red Heat Alert from Friday through Sunday as temperatures for those days will hover close to 100 degrees.
Extreme heat beat down on Maryland Thursday. A heat advisory was in effect but was lifted for most of the state except for Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties where the advisory continues until 5 p.m. Friday.