BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland’s health department has reported the state’s second heat-related death of 2020.
The victim was a man aged 65 or older in Montgomery County.
On Monday, the state reported the first heat death of the year, a man in his 30s in Baltimore.
Twenty Marylanders died last year due to heat.
— NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) July 29, 2020
So far in July, Baltimore has hit 90 degrees on 24 of the 29 days in the month, tying a record for the most 90 degree days in any month, the National Weather Service said.