Radio Spot: Summer Heat is Here
In Fayetteville, the average daily maximum temperature at midsummer easily exceeds 92°.
Did you know young children’s bodies heat up three to five times faster than an adult’s?
This summer, don’t leave your child alone in the car, even if it’s just for a quick run into the store.
And if you are headed to the playground remember three important things: water, breaks in the shade, and caution around playground surfaces that can heat up in the sun.
Be mindful of children overheating and have a safe summer.
Climate and Weather – North Carolina Climate Office