As Temperatures Reach Dangerous Levels Aire Serv Offers Raleigh Residents Tips to Survive the Heat
With temperatures expected to climb over 100 degrees this week, and summer just starting, experts caution
residents of Raleigh to take precautions. Aire Serv of Raleigh, North Carolina can help with those
Online PR News – 13-June-2013 – A heat wave is making its way across the country, affecting many areas
along the front of the Rocky Mountains and across the southern plains of the country. This heat wave is
caused by an upper level pattern of hot air coming over the mountains and into the region. While weather
experts are predicting a high of 90 degrees for Raleigh this weekend, once humidity is factored in, residents
of the area can expect it to feel more like 110 degrees.
Extreme temperatures like this can affect people in many adverse ways. Children and senior citizens are
especially susceptible to the effects of this extreme heat. To avoid dehydration and heat stroke, doctors
recommend drinking plenty of water and wearing light clothing. Another strategy is staying indoors where it is
cool and air conditioned during the hottest times of the day.
Having a safe, cool place for the family to escape to during the hottest hours is a priority for anyone living in
the area. Raleigh residents who have an air conditioning unit that does not function properly can call Aire
Serv Heating and Air Conditioning for prompt and fast service. Technicians are available any time of day or
night to restore air conditioning units back to working order.
The extreme heat is expected to last for at least another week in this part of the country. Until these
temperatures pass, all Raleigh residents should take precautions and stay indoors as much as possible.