Maryland Health officials have released a statewide heat advisory. With four heat related deaths so far, it is expected that Maryland will face excessive heat and/or humidity that have the potential to cause heat-related illnesses. According to Fox Baltimore, advisories are announced with there is a high chance the temperature will reach 105 degrees.
We recommend staying cool, visiting some of Baltimore City’s Cooling Centers, and drinking plenty of water for hydration. If you must be in the sun, we advise you use plenty of sun scree to prevent sun burn.