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Hot Texas summers- there’s nothing quite like it! Careful—extreme heat not only kills lawns, it can also push your body beyond its limits. Older adults, young children, and those who are sick or overweight are most likely to suffer when the mercury rises. Droughts can also be the result of super-hot temperatures, low amounts of rainfall and careless behavior. Learn how to take protective measures to safeguard yourself and your environment.  

Drought Information
Get up-to-date drought information for North Central Texas at

Heat-Related Illnesses
High temperatures, like the kind we experience in a North Central Texas summer, along with high humidity, can cause heat-related illnesses which range in severity from mild heat cramps, to heat exhaustion, to potentially life-threatening heatstroke. To prevent issues, wear cool clothing, drink extra water, and take frequent breaks when working outdoors during hot summer months.
Last updated: 11/4/2014 3:12:11 PM