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Public health officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are urging people to take steps to protect themselves from heat-related illnesses with sweltering heat expected to impact parts of North Carolina this week
Public health officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are urging people to take steps to protect themselves from heat-related illnesses with sweltering heat expected to impact parts of North Carolina this week
 
The hottest temperatures of the summer are forecast to hit parts of North Carolina over the next three days, pushing thermometers to the vicinity of triple digits and stressing people and pets
The hottest temperatures of the summer are forecast to hit parts of North Carolina over the next three days, pushing thermometers to the vicinity of triple digits and stressing people and pets
 
Public health officials at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are urging citizens to take extra precautions against heat-related illnesses as daytime temperatures are heading into the mid- to upper-90s as parts of the state face the warmest temperatures of the year
Public health officials at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are urging citizens to take extra precautions against heat-related illnesses as daytime temperatures are heading into the mid- to upper-90s as parts of the state face the warmest temperatures of the year
 
With summer temperatures continuing to soar into the upper 90s, Governor Pat McCrory, First Lady Ann McCrory and Public Safety officials are reminding the public to stay safe when working, exercising and moving from one place to another in the extreme heat
With summer temperatures continuing to soar into the upper 90s, Governor Pat McCrory, First Lady Ann McCrory and Public Safety officials are reminding the public to stay safe when working, exercising and moving from one place to another in the extreme heat
 
Happy to say that for most of us we got a brief break from the heat thanks to the Thunderstorms of last night.
Happy to say that for most of us we got a brief break from the heat thanks to the Thunderstorms of last night.
 
And the Heat just keeps rolling on! I have heard people talking about becoming acclimated to the heat so no need to worry about the possibility of heat injuries.
And the Heat just keeps rolling on! I have heard people talking about becoming acclimated to the heat so no need to worry about the possibility of heat injuries.
 
If July has been this warm I wonder what August is going to bring with it to the area.
If July has been this warm I wonder what August is going to bring with it to the area.
 
This is day three of Heat Advisories and tomorrow looks like another heat advisory will follow. Please be aware of the cumulative impacts of working outside even for those individuals who believe they are acclimated to the heat.
This is day three of Heat Advisories and tomorrow looks like another heat advisory will follow. Please be aware of the cumulative impacts of working outside even for those individuals who believe they are acclimated to the heat.
 
Just your local Emergency Management Office wanting to alert you to the National Weather Service Heat Advisory issued today.
Just your local Emergency Management Office wanting to alert you to the National Weather Service Heat Advisory issued today.
 
This message comes from the National Weather Service and should be passed on to all Supervisors of employees and First Responders operating outside in the heat.
This message comes from the National Weather Service and should be passed on to all Supervisors of employees and First Responders operating outside in the heat.
 
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