The stream will cycle through current temperatures and wind speeds as well as air quality and the 7-day forecast.
Should you find yourself in a heat wave, try to limit your time outside to the mornings and the evenings, when the air will be coolest. You'll also want to drink plenty of water throughout the day.
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