Cooling centers open to public in Imperial Valley

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BRAWLEY, Calif. – The National Weather Service has issued a heat watch for Yuma and Imperial Counties, effective starting Sunday June, 19th.

Temperatures are expected to reach close to 121 degrees is some areas coming close to breaking record temperatures.

Imperial County is offering over 30 different “cool zone” locations for people to beat the heat and cool down in fresh air. Each location varies on the types of services they offer and refreshments they provide. And senior centers are open to general public during cool zone hours which are is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The county would also like to remind people to check on neighbors and pets during excessive heat warnings and drink plenty of water. For more information on the cooling zones or if you have questions, you can visit ICPHD.org

 

 

 

 

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