Heat can be dangerous. When it’s hot out, make sure you and your family are prepared.
Click here for a list of tips to keep you healthy in hot conditions.
Here is a list of symptoms you or your family could suffer with after spending a prolonged time in the heat.
Remember never to leave your children or pets in hot vehicles. Click for more.
The FDA offers tips about what sunscreens you should wear in the sun.
As many in central Ohio are dealing with temperatures near 100 degrees, air conditioning units and other appliances are running on full blast.
Take a look at the National Weather Service’s heat index chart.
Click here for heat-related information from the National Weather Service.
Click here to learn how to help your neighbors in need during hot weather.