Reports: Penn. Child, 4, Dies After Being Left in Hot CarA child has died after authorities said she was left alone for hours in a car as temperatures climbed into the 90s in Pennsylvania, according to multiple reports.
Health Officials Urge Residents to Take Precautions Ahead of Dangerous Heat Wave Across the region emergency officials are preparing for the dangerous heat.
NWS: Worst Heat Wave In Decades Is Upon UsThe National Weather Service warns this could be one of the worst heat waves in decades.
AAA: Excessive Heat Could Harm Your CarSix days of scorching weather and an end is in sight. But it's still hot. People around Baltimore describe how they're dealing with the heat as they anticipate those cooler temps.
Coast Guard Helps Woman With Heat ExhaustionA woman suffering from heat exhaustion on a sailboat near Annapolis has been taken to the hospital.
WEATHER BLOG: Heat Wave Presses OnThe heat wave we've been dealing with this week will last for a few more days, although we're going to see some thunderstorm activity begin to creep into the picture, too.
Worcester County Cancels Burn BanWorcester County has canceled a burn ban that has been in effect since the first week in July.
Heat Wave Affecting Chesapeake BayWhile heat waves like the one we're currently sweltering in have impacts on land, it's also being felt on the water.
Heat Wave & No Rain Stunting Crops At Md. FarmsThe heat, combined with a lack of rain, is causing serious problems for some Maryland growers.
WEATHER BLOG: Another Heat Wave Begins; Temps Dip To 80s By Friday Due To Cold FrontThe heat has arrived, once again. We started our next heat wave today. Our high hit 95 degrees at BWI-Marshall this afternoon. We will only drop to the mid 70s overnight before going right back up to the mid 90s again tomorrow.
Extreme Heat Blamed For Road DamageThe record heat created major problems on local roads.
Heat Wave Claims 13 Lives; Marylanders Look Forward To Cooler TemperaturesThe heat wave that hit the Mid-Atlantic is showing some signs of letting up with relatively cooler temperatures this week. But the region is still seeing the cumulative effects of the extreme heat. Thirteen people have now died of heat-related illnesses during this stretch of brutally hot days, many of them in Baltimore City.