The National Weather Service says dangerous heat and humidity are likely Friday through Sunday across Loudoun and the region. It’s possible that the heat index, a measure of how hot it really feels, will reach as high as 110 degrees during the afternoon and evening hours. With the forecast in mind, Loudoun County encourages members of the community to take precautions against the excessive heat and humidity. Here are five things for every resident to know:
1.Limit Your Time Outside
2. Know the signs and symptoms of heat illness.
3. Stay Hydrated
4. Take Special Care with Children, the Elderly and Animals
5. Stay Informed
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