Heat Advisory Extended for Another Day in North Dakota
Are you feeling the heat? You'll get to feel it for another day. The National Weather Service has extended the HEAT ADVISORY for the area for another day.
This new advisory is in effect from 12 p.m. through 9 p.m. CST, Wednesday, July 20th. The effected areas includes Dunn, Oliver, Mclean, Sheridan, Wells, Morton, Burleigh, Grant, Sioux, Emmons and Mercer counties.
The daytime temperature will be near or above 100 in most areas and the heat indices will be near 105 to 110.
These are very dangerous temperatures. Be sure to check on the elderly, find cool places including the shopping malls, libraries and public places.
Be considerate of pets and livestock, bringing pets inside or offering shade and cool water. Workers outside should take plenty of breaks and stay hydrated.