MONDAY: Hot and very humid! Unsettled - a few heavy thunderstorms in the area. Dew point: 74. Heat Index: 100-105. High: 96
MONDAY NIGHT: Not much relief... scattered thunder, mainly north. Low: 77
TUESDAY: Heat wave continues. Unsettled, few lingering T-storms Dew point: 73. High: 95
4th Of JULY: Summer sizzle. Hot, hazy & humid. Whew... Slight chance of thunder late. Dew point: 74. Low: 75. High: 96
THURSDAY: Is it over yet? Sizzling. Some afternoon thunder possibe. Dew point: 74. Low: 77. High: 98
FRIDAY: Sweaty sun, chance of T-storms? Low: 76. High: 91
SATURDAY: Still warm, but slightly cooler. Low: 69. High: 88
SUNDAY: Another warm day, less humid. Low: Low: 67. High: 88
Containment is now 100%. The Incident Command Post is located at the Pingree Park Campus. Fire crews are patrolling the fire perimeter, mopping-up hotspots near the edge of the fire perimeter, and conducting fire line rehabilitation, including chipping up fire line debris and slash and installing water bars to help prevent erosion."
Powerful storms swept through the eastern United States Friday night, resulting in at least 12 deaths and leaving more than three million without power.
WASHINGTON – Utility crews untangled downed power lines and tree limbs Sunday, working to get the electricity turned back on for millions of people facing a second day of 100-degree temperatures without modern conveniences like air conditioning and refrigeration.
On Saturday, many people flocked to places like malls and movie theaters in the hope the lights would be on again when they returned home. Utilities were slowly making progress, but more than 3 million people still had no electricity and could only watch their thermostats climb. It could be several days before all the power outages are restored."