Summer is not over yet! We are sweltering in September.
For those looking to get an early start on the holiday weekend and participate in outdoor activities, it will be a good day, but still humid. Dry weather is expected.
A fifth heat-related death has been reported in Maryland. And the state health department urges everyone to be careful.
The scorching temperatures claim another life. A fifth heat-related death has been reported in Maryland.
The summer scorcher is causing serious health problems for some in our area.
A stretch of hot, humid weather hits Maryland and a Code Red Heat Alert has been declared for the city of Baltimore Tuesday through Friday.
The most prolonged stretch of #hot and #humid #weather this summer is upon us.
Temperatures have been on the rise since our unseasonably cool weather on Monday and Tuesday and will continue to rise today and tomorrow.
While yesterday provided many areas with “token relief” from the heat, the next few days should bring the Eastern region the summer’s hottest weather thus far. In fact, the next three days are looking more and more like the three-day period between July 5 and 7 of last year, when the temperature in most of the larger cities reached 100 on at least two of those three days.
The same front that we have been dealing with will be in the viewing area today allowing for a shower or thunderstorm.
We’re running about 4 degrees warmer than Thursday at the same time, so we are taking the high up past the century mark for the afternoon.
More hot weather is expected Tuesday in the mid-Atlantic.