A Code Orange Air Alert will be in effect on Monday.
With one heat-related death in the city already this summer, city officials are issuing an important warning to parents.
Severe weather hits the region, bringing everything from golf ball-sized hail to downed trees.
This time of year is when police start seeing pets trapped in hot cars–because what feels good to us, can be deadly to them. Between Maryland’s heat and humidity, cars quickly become death-traps for animals with no way out.
Cut and paste Monday onto Tuesday, and there you have it.
I hope your Labor Day weekend was a good one, and I hope you find some on this Monday. The weather will be summer like for sure. On Sunday we got above 90 degrees for the first time since July 23.
It’s looking good, again. But Tuesday will have that Mid-Atlantic summer feel that has been rare this season. Hot, near 90, and humid.
Left to die. Hundreds of children have been forgotten in hot cars across the country, including here in Maryland. Now new technology aims to stop the growing problem.
Warm and humid this day start. Hot and humid later. Also later on we will watch for rain/t-storms in the area.
Looks like another hot and humid day!
A humid start to this day. It actually felt kind of good at 4:30 a.m. By 4:30 p.m, with temps in the mid 80s and after the sun, it will feel muggy.
Here comes another hazy, hot, and humid day.