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Peninsula offering relief from heat wave

If you can’t stand the heat, head to the peninsula as northeast Wisconsin experiences some of its hottest weather of the year.


The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for much of the state on Tuesday from 1-8 p.m., with areas like Green Bay and the Fox Valley expected to see daytime highs hit 90 degrees and the heat index reaching triple digits. Lakeshore areas like Door, Kewaunee, and Manitowoc counties are being spared as the heat indices will remain in the high 60s (67 degrees in Sister Bay) to mid-70s (76 degrees in Sturgeon Bay, 72 degrees in Kewaunee, and 74 degrees in Manitowoc).


For those unable to escape the heat, you are advised to drink plenty of water, wear light and loose-fitting clothing, and not leave your children and pets in your car unattended for long periods. 

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