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Heat Advisory Into Thursday Evening Across South Florida With Temperatures Soaring

Highs will push into the mid-90s with feels like temperatures that could reach 110

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South Florida will be dealing with dangerous heat on Thursday thanks to temperatures that will feel like they are in the triple digits.

Highs will push into the mid-90s with feels like temperatures that could reach 110. The heat advisory is in play once again for most of South Florida except for the Keys and the immediate coastline in Miami-Dade and Broward until 6 p.m.

South Florida is struggling to keep cool as temperatures continue to hit dangerous highs. NBC 6's Laura Rodriguez reports.

To avoid a heat-related emergency, Miami-Dade Fire rescue recommends residents to:

  • Limit outdoor activities to the early morning or evening hours
  • Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing
  • Drink two to four glasses of cool, nonalcoholic fluids each hour if you must exercise

You may notice some haze too as rain chances will be around 10% Thursday and Friday. A little more breeze could lower our temperatures a couple degrees Friday into Saturday, but don’t expect significant relief.

Rain chances stay low too, around 20% this weekend. Look for a few more storms next week with “slightly cooler” highs in the low-90s. You’ll notice some haze off and on through the forecast period.

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