On the day Metro Detroit hit a record high, WWJ’s Kathryn Larson and Zahra Huber conducted a bit of a “science” experiment.
There’s no relief from the heat in sight, with temperatures climbing to 100 degrees or more in several Metro Detroit communities.
When it comes to our climate, we’re whiners. All winter long we complain about snow storms. After about 30 days of nice spring or fall weather the complaints start again.
There are 19,000 DTE customers without electricity, as temps are set to hit the triple digits. Redford and Ferndale are two of the areas with larger pockets of outages.
With dangerously high temperatures expected Thursday, how do people who must work outside cope?
Expect another scorcher, as temperatures are expected to rise into the 90’s for the fourth straight day.
A member of the Red Cross helping to get people to Detroit’s cooling centers is learning first hand how hard it can be to get some people to leave their homes, even if it’s for their own health.
A heat advisory continues to hover over the Metro Detroit area as the hot, humid weather sticks around all week – with temps expected to stay in the mid-90s.
Milford Fire Chief Larry Waligora said four firefighters were briefly hospitalized for heat exhaustion last night while fighting a house fire.
Many Metro Detroit locations are opening as cooling centers Wednesday due to extreme summer heat.