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Excessive heat warning issued through Father’s Day weekend for Maricopa, Pinal counties

Posted 6/14/24

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning that will be in place through Sunday when temperatures could reach 112 degrees.

Among the counties under the warning are …

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WEATHER

Excessive heat warning issued through Father’s Day weekend for Maricopa, Pinal counties

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The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning that will be in place through Sunday when temperatures could reach 112 degrees.

Among the counties under the warning are Maricopa and Pinal.

Weather Service officials said temperatures that high are dangerous with the potential to cause life-threatening illnesses or even death.

County residents are advised to limit outdoor activity to morning and evening hours, stay hydrated with water and cut down on sun exposure with sunglasses, hats and SPF 30+ sunscreen.