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If you like the weather we've had lately, you could be in for a fantastic summer.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles tells WTOP the transit agency is currently facing challenges when it comes to air conditioning on trains.
Heat is damaging batteries, hoses, belts and tires.
Experts say trees need 25 gallons of water each week to stay healthy.
It's so hot, you can fry an egg - literally. WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck spent the day testing this theory out.
It's not as easy as it sounds.
By now, you and your lawn have probably had enough of our extreme heat wave. While you have been hydrating, your lawn looks fried. But a brown lawn doesn't mean it's time to panic.
Bakery workers and mechanics sweat it out every day.
The Red Cross offers advice on avoiding heat stroke and heat exhaustion.