Since early August, the Naples Zoo has adjusted its hours of operation because of the extreme heat in Southwest Florida, but visitors can once again start sleeping in.
Getting sweaty isn’t necessarily bad. It’s one of the ways the body regulates heat.
The heat we’re having is having a negative effect on important wildlife in the gulf.
As Floridians, we are used to hot summers, but this July has broken records for heat, and these conditions can lead to dangerous heat-related illnesses if people aren’t careful.
Prepare to spend time indoors or sweat this Fourth of July. Feels like temperatures expected to hit 110 degrees.
It’s the first day of summer, and the weather is not getting cooler, but there are ways to beat the inevitable heat. Having air conditioning is one of them.