Saturday will see afternoon highs in the lower to mid 90s, with temperatures slow to fall in the evening and unlikely to drop below 90 degrees, according to the NWS.
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Heat index values are expected to be up to 107 due to temperatures in the upper 90s and dewpoints in the low 70s.
The nearest cooling center may be found by calling 311, or visiting the city's "Beat the Heat" website. Heat exhaustion is when someone might feel faint, have excessive sweating, be cool and pale with clammy skin, feel nauseous, have a rapid or weak pulse and have muscle cramps.
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When dealing with a heat wave, experts recommend what might seem obvious, but is still important to remember: Stay hydrated, even if you're not thirsty. Residents are also asked to check on elderly neighbors and people with medical problems and to make sure that pets aren't left unattended.
Temperatures were in the 90s from Chicago to New York City on Saturday, including a high of 96 degrees in Newark, New Jersey, 95 degrees in Philadelphia and 93 degrees in Central Park.
Slightly cooler conditions are expected on Monday as a backdoor cold front approaches from the northeast. Heat Indices on Sunday will exceed 105 degrees at times.
Despite how hot it will get, the National Weather Service is just several degrees shy of declaring a heat advisory for this weekend. A Code Red Extreme Heat Alert has been issued for Sunday in Baltimore. Call 911 if they refuse water, vomit or begin to lose consciousness.
Also, a must: wearing light-colored, light-weight clothing and drinking plenty of water. But, American Red Cross officials warn, that heat carries risks, especially for senior citizens, children, athletes, people with chronic medical conditions and those who work outside.