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Governor Carney Urges Delawareans to Stay Safe During Heat Warnings

DOVER, Del. – Delaware, along with many other states, is in an extended heatwave with the most dangerous days to come. The National Weather Services issued an Excessive Heat Warning through Sunday night for the entire state, and the state also issued a Code Orange Air Quality Alert. Delawareans and visitors are advised to be aware of the […]




DPH Advises Residents to Prepare For Dangerously High Temperatures This Week

DOVER – The Division of Public Health (DPH) is asking Delaware residents to prepare for extreme heat this week and prevent heat-related illness as temperatures rise. Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 90s through the weekend, with the heat index values as high as 110 degrees. The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive […]




DPH Advises Residents to Prepare for Dangerously High Temperatures This Week

As many Delawareans head outside for Fourth of July festivities, the Division of Public Health (DPH) encourages Delaware residents to prepare for extreme heat early this week and prevent heat-related illness as temperatures rise. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-90s through Tuesday, with the heat index values as high as 105 degrees.




Delaware Public Health Urges Residents to Take Additional Prevention Measures in Extreme Heat

While temperatures will again climb into the 90s this weekend, heat indexes (‘feels-like’ temperatures) are predicted to soar to over 100 degrees. With the National Weather Service’s Excessive Heat Warning continuing through 9 pm. Sunday for New Castle County, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging residents statewide to take precautions and preventive measures in the extreme heat conditions. Hot weather can cause heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and severe respiratory conditions, which can be fatal.




Beat the Heat: Make a Plan

While Delaware has yet to experience a significant heat wave in 2016, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is taking the opportunity at the beginning of the summer to remind residents to prepare for excessive heat as the temperatures start to go up.







 Pages Tagged With: "heat"

Governor Carney Urges Delawareans to Stay Safe During Heat Warnings

DOVER, Del. – Delaware, along with many other states, is in an extended heatwave with the most dangerous days to come. The National Weather Services issued an Excessive Heat Warning through Sunday night for the entire state, and the state also issued a Code Orange Air Quality Alert. Delawareans and visitors are advised to be aware of the […]




DPH Advises Residents to Prepare For Dangerously High Temperatures This Week

DOVER – The Division of Public Health (DPH) is asking Delaware residents to prepare for extreme heat this week and prevent heat-related illness as temperatures rise. Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 90s through the weekend, with the heat index values as high as 110 degrees. The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive […]




DPH Advises Residents to Prepare for Dangerously High Temperatures This Week

As many Delawareans head outside for Fourth of July festivities, the Division of Public Health (DPH) encourages Delaware residents to prepare for extreme heat early this week and prevent heat-related illness as temperatures rise. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-90s through Tuesday, with the heat index values as high as 105 degrees.




Delaware Public Health Urges Residents to Take Additional Prevention Measures in Extreme Heat

While temperatures will again climb into the 90s this weekend, heat indexes (‘feels-like’ temperatures) are predicted to soar to over 100 degrees. With the National Weather Service’s Excessive Heat Warning continuing through 9 pm. Sunday for New Castle County, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging residents statewide to take precautions and preventive measures in the extreme heat conditions. Hot weather can cause heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and severe respiratory conditions, which can be fatal.




Beat the Heat: Make a Plan

While Delaware has yet to experience a significant heat wave in 2016, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is taking the opportunity at the beginning of the summer to remind residents to prepare for excessive heat as the temperatures start to go up.