Baltimore City has implemented a Code Red heat advisory for Monday and Tuesday.
The heat wave could put Baltimore’s heat index at around 105 degrees Fahrenheit, prompting a warning from the city health commissioner. Residents are advised to stay hydrated and cool, never to leave children and pets in vehicles, to check on neighbors, and to keep alert for signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke such as confusion, skin that is unusually hot or cool, lightheadedness, and nausea.
The city has opened several cooling centers to give residents shelter from the heat during the hottest times of day.
So instead of playing Pokemon Go, you might want to try Pokemon Stay Indoors With The AC Blasting for today and tomorrow.
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