Excessive heat warning issued
It's going to be one of the summer's hottest days yet in the Washington and Baltimore area.
The National Weather Service has for the first time this year issued an excessive heat warning for the area along the I-95 corridor. Meteorologists issue the warning when they expect the heat index to be above 110 degrees for two or more hours.
Already at 11 a.m. temperatures were in the 90s and climbing, but the hottest temperatures were expected in the area around 4 or 4:30 p.m.
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