A Heat Advisory is in effect for Friday and has been extended until 7 p.m. Saturday.
The National Weather Service developed a way to calculate if any outdoor activity was could be harmful.
As the heat wave continues across Middle Tennessee, News 2 wants to know…would you rather be too hot or too cold?
Several days of very hot and humid weather are expected as strong high pressure spreads across the region.
As scorching temperatures continue to rise, doctors encourage people to take the necessary precautions to stay safe this summer.
Several days of very hot and humid weather are expected as strong high pressure spreads across the region and high temperatures in the mid 9…
The black asphalt was 139°. When you get out of your car and walk to the grocery or the bank that’s what you’re walking on!
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Dangerous heat expected all week across Middle Tennessee
The Tennessee Department of Health is hoping to remind parents the dangers of leaving kids in hot cars.
Middle Tennessee has consistently seen dewpoints in the low 70s, which is very muggy, tropical like air.
Fire officials on the scene say damage was primarily contained to the roof and ceiling of one unit.
Most of the region under a marginal risk for severe weather, which is the lowest category but still means a few storms could become strong.
High temps and high humidity are teaming up, causing symptoms that simmer just beneath the surface.
You turn on your car in the blazing summer sun and it says 110 degrees, but the forecast called for a high of 95 degrees, so was your meteor…
When you make outdoor plans on a sunny day, add a few more degrees than what the forecast calls for.
Putting all of the 90 degree days (or hotter) together, there have only been 16 such days for the year so far.
EF0 tornado hit Humphreys County on July 5
Dozens of people were trapped due to rising waters at Cummins Falls, but it wasn’t even raining. What happened?
Plenty of warm, moisture-filled air is lying across the region, which is plenty of fuel for showers and thunderstorms.