PHOENIX — The National Weather Service has issued an excessive-heat
warning for parts of Arizona and California on Monday.
The warning will be in effect from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday, and includes
the Phoenix area, Yuma, Parker, and far southeastern California.
The agency expects near-record temperatures at or above 113 degrees in most
locations covered by the warning.
Heat stroke and other health problems are more likely at such high
temperatures, especially for the homeless and elderly.
The agency urges the public to avoid strenuous activities outdoors, drink
plenty of water wearing light and loose clothing.