By Tim Jimenez
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The sizzling temperatures are still hanging around as the heat wave continues in the region.READ MORE: Waterford Township Schools Closed After More Than 60% Of Staff Sickened Following Luncheon
On Kelly Drive, for people working out, it was early, or nothing at all.
Angela arrived around 5 a.m. with a dozen or so people in a running group.
“We run early in the morning, first thing in the morning so we don’t have to deal with the heat. Once the sun comes out it gets a little brutal for us.”READ MORE: Giant Supermarket Chain Opening 4 New Stores In Philadelphia, Hiring 700 Employees
How brutal? Heat index of 100 plus degrees that she says can really take some of the fun out of their workout.
From a runner to a cyclist. Joe, who drove in from Drexel Hill, enjoys summer…to a degree.
“You know 100 degrees we can do without. Give me the high 80s, low 90s. This stuff we’ve had the last week or so we really don’t need.”MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Officials Expected To Provide Update On Reopening Timeline Tuesday, Sources Say
And all those we spoke with this morning: the runners, walkers and cyclists, all agree on one thing: Bring on those fall temperatures