Trying to beat the heat

Glendale residents took time out from a hot day to go swimming

during recreational swim hours at the Hoover High School pool

Wednesday. The high temperature for Glendale was 96 degrees

Wednesday, National Weather Service weather specialist Stuart Seto

said. Partly cloudy skies are expected as a moisture surge from the

southeast is expected to move through Glendale over the weekend and

through Tuesday. A new safety tip released by the National Weather

Service is to reduce protein intake during hotter days. According to

reports, proteins may increase metabolic heat production and can also

increase water loss. Temperatures in Glendale were about 84 degrees

this time last year, Seto said.


While some sought relief from the heat in the pool Wednesday,

summer school students had no such luck.

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