Long, hot holiday weekend
"Today, I decided to just take it easy," the Exeter woman said while reading a magazine in a peaceful Swasey Parkway.
Gone are the rains that caused flash flooding earlier this week.
With a sweltering air mass in place, Cempa urged people to take precautions by resting, drinking plenty of non-alcoholic and non-caffeinated fluids, and wearing light-colored and lightweight clothing.
The unbearable humidity levels should also ease next week, but Cempa said it'll still feel humid.
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