You've been hearing about the record-breaking heat in parts of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states. It's not quite as hot here, but hot enough to cause heat-related illnesses.
Summer is the time for "fun in the sun." That means more people will be outside in the heat. Health officials are reminding people to be safe about it.
Heat-related illnesses like heat stress, exhaustion, and stoke are more common in these hotter temperatures.