-HERE is the official Heat Warning Explainer Page from the Province.-HERE's some tips for keeping hydrated... article says besides drinking lots of water you can have your coffee/tea to stay hydrated... also eat fruit... or wear it???
-Here are symptoms to look for if you think someone is getting ill from the heat...
Young children, the elderly, those with chronic illnesses such as heart disease, and those taking certain medications can become ill in hot, humid weather faster than healthy adults. What you need to know: https://t.co/yFQC7cQXBo #NSStorm #PEStorm #NBStorm #NLwx #nltraffic pic.twitter.com/PFVHW5zybZ— CanRedCrossATL (@CanRedCrossATL) August 7, 2018
-Heat Illness Symptoms might be hard to spot at first (lookin' at you, irritable)
Note from the City Facebook:
"City of Moncton June 25 at 4:03 PM ·
Due to some maintenance issues, the following splash pads will be out of commission until further notice:
• Canadian Heights Park (35 Chelsea Road)
• Pauline Frizell Park (387 Salisbury Road)
• Sunny Acres Park (120 Ellerdale Avenue)
Also the bucket feature at the Super Splash Park in Centennial Park is currently out of order."
-Riverview has the one splashpad on Runneymeade
-Air conditioning unit in giant foam cowboy hat
-Air conditioning unit in loose-fitting Hawaiian shirt
-Air conditioning unit in sweat pants
-Air conditioning unit inconspicuously placed under sombrero
-unplug hot tub, fill with ice, place self inside
-eat watermelon and also wear it like a helmet
-replace office chair with block of ice
-instead of sunscreen lather up with ice cream