Officials Urge Residents To Take Necessary Precautions As Temperatures Rise Across The RegionAnother day of scorching heat across Baltimore with temperatures reaching the upper 90s. A code red heat advisory is in effect in the city and cooling centers have opened up to try to protect residents from the heat.
Maryland Department Of Health Gives Tips On How To Avoid Heat-Related IllnessThe Maryland Department of Health is urging Marylanders to take precautions and to follow safety tips to avoid illness related to the intense heat. 
Anne Arundel County Opening Cooling Centers Ahead Of Heat Wave Starting FridayAnne Arundel County will open cooling centers starting Friday ahead of the heat wave.
Six More Heat-Related Deaths Reported In MarylandSix more heat-related deaths have been reported in the past week, bringing the state's 2019 total to 16, the Maryland Department of Health said Wednesday.
Here's Where You Can Find A Cooling Center In MarylandA number of cooling centers are opening in parts of Maryland due to prolonged excessive heat.
Maryland Weather | Code Red Heat Alert Continues For Baltimore Through Sunday, Temperatures Could Top 100 DegreesHeat index values could reach 105 degrees Friday and 105 to 100 degrees in the Baltimore area Saturday.
Baltimore Weather: Code Red Extreme Heat Alert Declared For Wednesday Through SaturdayBaltimore's health commissioner has declared a code red extreme heat alert for Wednesday through Saturday.
Anne Arundel County Opens Cooling Centers For Excessive Fourth Of July Week HeatAnne Arundel County is opening cooling centers Tuesday through Sunday in response to the high temperatures and humidity predicted for the week. 
Baltimore Weather: First Code Red Extreme Heat Day Of SeasonBaltimore's health commissioner has declared a Code Red Extreme Heat Day for Saturday, the first such declaration of 2019 in the city.
Cooling Centers Opening Due To Excessive HeatA number of cooling centers are opening in parts of Maryland due to prolonged excessive heat.
AACo. Opening Cooling Centers Due To Excessive HeatOfficials in Anne Arundel County are opening up cooling centers on Sunday with temperatures expected to feel as hot as 105 degrees.