Dangerously Hot Today & Early This Week In Bangor Area
Be prepared, because this week is going to be hot!
With temperatures approaching 90 degrees and heat index values in the mid '90s, you're certainly going to want to take it easy outdoors in the hazy hot summer sun.
If you're job takes you outdoors this week, the Mayo Clinic give us these tips to prevent heat exhaustion:
- Drink plenty of fluids, so that your body sweats and and maintains a normal body temperature.
- Wear loose fitting and lightweight clothing.
- Wear sunglasses, a hat, and other clothing to protect yourself from the sun.
- Try to take it easy during the hottest part of the day.
Some symptoms of heat exhaustion include cool, moist skin, heavy sweating, fatigue, dizziness, low blood pressure, muscle cramps, nausea, headache, among others. If you think that you're experience heat exhaustion, then move to a cooler place, take it easy, and drink plenty of water.