How are you going to get through this weeks heatwave in the Northeastern United

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  1. Peter Leeper profile image79
    Peter Leeperposted 6 years ago

    How are you going to get through this weeks heatwave in the Northeastern United States?

  2. Efficient Admin profile image92
    Efficient Adminposted 6 years ago

    Every summer it gets real hot where I live so I am used to avoiding the hot weather by staying inside for most of the day in the air conditioning.  Actually it is the humidity that makes it feel really hot outside.  On the weekends I will limit my time to a few hours and drink plenty of water, and try to stay in the shade.

    1. profile image68
      ElleBeeposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Great idea! Unfortunately many of us in the Northeast don't have AC sad I actually never lived in a house/building with air conditioning until I was 22! I will be telecommuting via laptop from an airconditioned locale and then going to the movies.

  3. StephanieBCrosby profile image85
    StephanieBCrosbyposted 6 years ago

    The kids and family are going to spend time with auntie who has a pool. We purposely did not buy a house with a pool so we would not have to worry about kids getting hurt or worse. But we have no problem going to visit either my sister or my sister-in-law to get cool in the water. I think I will also cancel the night time Zumba classes since no one wants to come workout in the heat. Besides that, I will try to keep everyone indoors and try out some of the homemade ice cream recipes or the ones for making ice pops.

  4. msorensson profile image69
    msorenssonposted 6 years ago

    I have lived in Louisiana for a long time, so I am used to it.....

  5. Kaili Bisson profile image97
    Kaili Bissonposted 6 years ago

    I don't even know. The hot and humid weather has ventured north of the border too. The "humidex", a number based on actual temperature and relative humidity, is forecast to be 44°C or 111.2°F here tomorrow afternoon. Ugh...

  6. Cobrafan profile image80
    Cobrafanposted 6 years ago

    Sounds like the NE is in for a nice week. I just checked the forecast for New York and it looks like it's going to hit a high of 99*. Pretty average for summer months where I'm from. I like to get out and do some fishing or swimming in the lake when the weather is real nice like that.

  7. SportsBetter profile image76
    SportsBetterposted 6 years ago

    Well nowadays, if I was still in New York, I would have air conditioning and maybe go to the pool. 

    Or you could do it old school with an oscillating fan, blowing hot air in your face.

  8. Bishopdown profile image60
    Bishopdownposted 6 years ago

    No problem, I live in the Southeastern part of the U.S. 
    But, I hope everyone in the Northeast has great A/C

  9. Dr. Haddox profile image71
    Dr. Haddoxposted 6 years ago

    By being careful to guard against spending prolonged periods of time outside, in the  heat, working, or otherwise, without drinking enough liquids to avoid dehydration. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke, in order to help yourself and others avoid these problems.
    Take care of your pets also. Your plants, especially those that are outside, will need special care (enough water in particular).
    This advice will help you some.
    Regards,
    Dr. Haddox

 
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