During this Memorial Day weekend, records were set with some of the hottest temperatures. Saturday's highest temperature got all the way up to 91 degrees. Just when people thought it couldn't get any worse, temperatures got up to 94 degrees on Sunday, and 95 degrees on Memorial Day.
Like many people, Wilda McKee finds recent temperatures to be uncomfortable. Mckee would rather see temperatures in the 60's and 70's.
With warmer weather comes a higher risk of dehydration and heat stroke. Those risks can be lowered with the help of air conditioning and central air, but some people just can't afford it.
With two fans and no A/C, Artisha Wright is doing all she can to stay cool.
Art knuckles is able to run his air conditioner in his bedroom, but rarely has time to enjoy it.
Taking a look at the next few days, cooler temperatures and weather that is expected this time of the year.