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Whether you believe that climate change is real or not, the fact remains that the summers are getting hotter and the storms are more intense.
A Bermuda high off the Carolinas will funnel hot air into the region for the next several days. Temperatures will be in the 90s.
Warming food and beverages in plastic containers has been a hot topic in recent years. However, experts say it is a warning that should not be ignored.
The term "shelter dogs" can conjure up images of unkempt animals in depressing settings. But that wasn't the case Thursday at Prince George's Animal Management Services.
Despite heat advisories and warnings, officials are still responding to reports of animals being left out in the blazing heat and being left in cars, where temperatures can top 120 degrees.
Maryland health officials say a total of 18 people have died of heat-related causes in the state.
A U.S. Airways flight got stuck in the tarmac at Reagan National airport Friday.
Like in people, dogs can suffer from heat stroke. Watch for heavy panting and ropy saliva.
Dogs are great at a lot of things like retrieving and sniffing out danger. But there's one thing they just don't do very well: cool themselves off.
The area is under an excessive heat warning until 9 p.m. It will feel like 110 to 115 degrees.