Tips for staying cool were issued by the National Weather Service:
Drink plenty of fluids
Stay in an air-conditioned room
Stay out of the sun
Check up on relatives and neighbors
According to the National Weather Service, a heat advisory is issued when high humidities are expected to combine with hot temperatures to make it feel like it is 100 to 104 degrees for two consecutive hours.
Some Additional Tips:
Avoid strenuous activities
Wear light, loose-fitting, light-colored clothing
Avoid alcohol and caffeine
Eat lightly throughout the day
Call 911 at the first signs of heat-related illness. Common symptoms include dry, red-spotted skin; mental confusion; body temperature at or above 105 degrees, dizziness; weakness; fatigue; headache; nausea; cramps; and rash.