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City of Woodland News

Posted on: June 28, 2023

Beat the Heat & Stay Safe

Beginning tomorrow and continuing through Monday, August 7, daytime temperatures will approach and surpass 100 degrees.

Click Here for the Yolo County "Places to Cool Down" Map

Click Here for info on public swim at Charles Brooks

Click Here for the NWS Woodland forecast

Tips for Beating the Heat

  • Stay hydrated
  • Check on family members, seniors, friends and neighbors who may be more vulnerable
  • Wear light-colored loose clothing
  • Wear cooling fabrics
  • Place a bowl of ice in front of your fan
  • Spray yourself with cold water
  • Choose fruits and veggies
  • Don’t use the oven
  • Hang your clothes to dry
  • Make a cold compress
  • Take cold showers
  • Go for a swim
  • Keep the curtains closed during daytime
  • Apply ice on pulse points
  • Make a smoothie
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Use essential oils
  • Make homemade popsicles
  • Drink electrolytes 
  • Get a portable fan
  • Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke
  • Do not leave children or pets in parked cars
  • Make sure pets have access to water and shade
  • Exercise indoors

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