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August 02, 1999 - Image 9

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1999-08-02

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The Michigan Daily- Monday August 2, 1999 - 9

p in her house.'
ed said that she often escapes to her on campus job to
the heat. Along with her classes that she is currently
the air conditioning allows Jeane to avoid the heat
o it hasn't bothered her too much.
Action in the OEar te °
Despite only a
sght rise in temper-
atre over the past
month, Supervisor of
S t r a t e g y
Development in the
Department of
Environmental
Quality Bob Irvin
said the number of
ozone action days
have risen dramati-
cally.
Compared to 16
ozone action days
declared in southeast
Michigan in 1995, 22
have been declared so
far this summer.
There is a good
chance Michigan
could see more ozone
action days as the
high temperatures are
not expected to
change much in
;k ug;ust.
DANA LINNANE/Daily Ozone is created
r old son Ezekiel took a break from by the formation of
toxic gases, emitted
from fuel engines,
times ofshigh temperature in relation to high or low
re systems.
en the proper conditions are met and the ozone level
es too high, the Michigan Air Quality Division can issue
e action day.
e state asks people to minimize their toxic emissions by
ing in the morning, not mowing their lawns and car pool-
limit auto emissions.
is helps ozone layer depletion because the lack of wind
gh temperature allows the emissions to form.
- -S- - i
n with the recent cooling the last couple of days and a
of temperatures expected to be in the 70's August is
ed to be as punishing as July.
only permanent relief expected is in late August and
her when the nights become longer allowing the nights
I off. But until then with the short nights that won't
the days heat to cool off.
ng with the lowest winds of the year anticipated in early
.gust the stagnant humid air is expected to linger for
mmg weeks.
lingering in cool places seems to be the only form of
in the next few weeks.
ether it's in air conditioning, a pool, or in the shade of a
ree behind the President's House with a hose.

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Dealing with
the summer's
muggy heat
Drink plenty of fluids
Replenish your salt and minerals
Wear sunscreen
Pace yourself
Adjust to the conditions of the
environment
Stay indoors, preferable in
air-conditioning
Use common sense

How long is the
cooler weather
going to stay?
Tdau

PARTLY SUNNY LOW 8*
Tomorrw
ISOLATED T-STORMS L W 9
.Wednesday
SCATTERED T-STORMS HLH 79
LOW 620
PARTLY CLOUDY LOW 580
Friday
PARTLY CLOUDY 11W76
LOW 56*

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