“Finish the sentence: It is hotter than…? Hell – that’s how hot it is,” joked Luis Gonzalez, of Philadelphia.
Once we reach the 90 mark tomorrow, this will officially be the fourth heat wave of the year, and it looks like it will run seven days this time, each one hotter than the last.
The first official week of summer is really feeling like summer as our second heat wave of the year is underway.
According to the forecast, today’s temperatures are going to make this the first official heat-wave of 2013.
When the weather gets very hot, staying cool isn’t just about being comfortable. Excessive heat can cause exhaustion, heat cramps, a stroke and other heat-related illnesses.
Sizzling sunshine will scorch us here in the Delaware Valley again Thursday, with a huge ridge of high pressure pumping in more heat and humidity from the southwest.
With temperatures pushing through the 90s, it is important to stay hydrated and cool as often as possible. Philadelphia offers several locations for people to cool down.
Make way for an early start to the dog days of summer! The Delaware Valley about to feel the heat with a spike on the thermometer to round out May and usher in the month of June.
The latest heatwave of the summer has descended on the Delaware Valley and agencies in Philadelphia and Camden counties are urging residents to keep an eye on elderly friends and neighbors in the extreme temperatures.
Today marks the fourth day of temperatures rising into the 90s.
As large sections of the country suffer in drought, southeastern Pennsylvania has been dry, but has not crossed the drought threshold.
Today marks the fourth heat wave of the summer, as temperatures rose for a third day in a row – into the 90s.
The Montgomery County Commissioner’s office has issued a Hot Weather Health Warning, or “Code Red,” for the county beginning at noon and ending at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
On Saturday, staying cool wasn’t just a luxury, it was a necessity for anyone who ventured outside in Philadelphia.
City health officials have confirmed two more deaths are attributable, at least in part, to the long wave of sweltering heat in the area.