The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Health
(Associated Press) When bracing for 120 degrees, it’s all about the water.
Drinking it, splashing in it to stay cool, and drinking it some more. A lot more.
That’s what officials were urging and residents were planning Friday as a potentially record-shattering heat wave started enveloping the Southwest United States and threatened to bring temperatures of more than 120 degrees to parts of Arizona and California next week.
People in places like Palm Springs and Phoenix are used to seriously high temperatures, but 120 degrees becomes all the talk around the water cooler. And with the health dangers of heat and dehydration, that’s where authorities hope they keep coming back.post was originally published on this site