On July 5, the heat index topped 103 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Jermarion Robertson, 9, put his finger over the spout of a water fountain while taking a drink at Castlwood Park. It will be hot July 13-15, but not has hot as July 4 week, meteorologist Chris Bailey said.
On July 5, the heat index topped 103 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Jermarion Robertson, 9, put his finger over the spout of a water fountain while taking a drink at Castlwood Park. It will be hot July 13-15, but not has hot as July 4 week, meteorologist Chris Bailey said. Silas Walker swalker@herald-leader.com
On July 5, the heat index topped 103 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Jermarion Robertson, 9, put his finger over the spout of a water fountain while taking a drink at Castlwood Park. It will be hot July 13-15, but not has hot as July 4 week, meteorologist Chris Bailey said. Silas Walker swalker@herald-leader.com

Hot weekend ahead. Will temps beat previous summer highs?

July 13, 2018 07:30 AM