Heat Advisory Issued For Maryland - Baltimore, MD - Dangerous heat is in the forecast for Maryland on Sunday, July 1, according to the National Weather Service. Diablo Soccer Association, AYSO Region 223 | Privacy Statement | Terms Of Use. Cooling centers will be open Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at: Maryland weather: 'Oppressive' humidity will make it feel like 100 degrees through Fourth of July. We recommend that coaches modify sessions – more frequent and longer water breaks, less intensive drills, ice packs, cooling towels, fans, sprays, shade during rest periods (although there is some shade at many fields, it’s a good idea to bring a pop-up if someone on the team has one). There’s also a slight risk of severe storms on Wednesday. Maryland Weather: Heat Advisory In Effect For Eastern Shore, Southern MD Tuesday. By 2 p.m. Thursday, it was 91 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, with a heat index of 96. Please contact safety@mdsoccer.org should you have any questions or concerns. High temperatures in the mid to upper 90s will combine with dew points in the mid 70s to produce heat indices of 100-105. Temperatures will reach the mid-90s with real feel temperatures up to 105 degrees. Heat Advisory in effect for the Eastern Shore and Southern Maryland until 8 PM. A "Code Red" heat advisory is in effect in Baltimore from Wednesday through Saturday. HEAT ADVISORY. Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. The heat sticks around until the end of the week before a slight break on Friday. A “Code Red” heat advisory is in effect in Baltimore from Wednesday through Saturday, and it could also be a stormy stretch — including on the Fourth of July. Kate Laverick Here is a link to MDSA’s Heat Safety Guidelines based on AYSO National’s advice: MDSA Heat Safety Guidelines. Animal Services. Please stay hydrated and stay in the a/c as much as possible.Updates on https://t.co/r5SVylsZZz pic.twitter.com/ugHLr2jg4Z, — Tim Williams WJZ (@TimWilliamsWJZ) July 21, 2020. There is a heat advisory issued for our region this week, in addition to today being the first day of school for MDUSD. [Most read] Baltimore City plans to bring students back for classes at 44 schools, some five days a week. With the Code Red declaration, cooling centers will be opened around Baltimore City — though the centers will be closed for the Fourth of July holiday. An Anne Arundel County woman over the age of 65 became the first to die of heat-related illness in Maryland this year, the state Department of Health reported Wednesday. A “Code Orange” air quality alert was meanwhile in effect Thursday, indicating unhealthy conditions for sensitive groups such as young children, the elderly and people with heart and lung disease. The combination of high temperatures and high humidity will create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible. Please stay hydrated and in the air conditioning as much as possible. Temperatures are forecast to peak around 90 degrees throughout that stretch. The best chance for storms is between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. CORONAVIRUS IN MD: Positivity Rate … Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, Holden Matthews gets 25 years for setting fire to 3 historically Black churches, The 20 best things to get at Aldi this year, according to shoppers. 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For Independence Day on Thursday, the National Weather Service is forecasting an “active” weather pattern as a wave of low pressure meets a hot, moist and unstable air mass over the region. During a Heat Emergency Alert, outdoor housing for an animal, as described in 17-17, Section 3, is inadequate and further measures must be taken to provide adequate cooling, as approved by the Director. Temperatures will reach the mid 90°s with Real feel temps up to 105°. Received? » Northern Community Action Partnership Center, 5225 York Road; » Southern Community Action Partnership Center, 606 Cherry Hill Road (inside the shopping center on the second floor); » Northwest Community Action Partnership Center, 3939 Reisterstown Road; » Southeast Community Action Partnership Center, 3411 Bank St.; » Eastern Community Action Partnership Center, 1731 E. Chase St. Pets who are left unattended in vehicles are particularly vulnerable to heat … Assistant Regional Commissioner Frost Advisory in effect from Saturday, 3:00 AM EDT until Saturday, 9:00 AM EDT. Temperatures will reach the mid-90s with real feel temperatures up to … The heat advisory begins at 11 a.m. and ends at 8 p.m. as temperatures feel close to 105 degrees or higher. Mt. From the NWS: A HEAT Temperatures will stay in the 90s for at least the next seven days. Unless a child has underlying conditions, it’s considered safe to be active for short periods if guidelines for modifying the sessions are followed. Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa issued the Code Red advisory, warning that the heat could be particularly dangerous for young children, the elderly and people with chronic medical conditions. Of course, parents know their child best and can always choose not to attend a practice or game. 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