It's Heat Awareness Week in North Carolina! As temperatures begin to rise this summer,

it's crucial to take steps to protect yourself and others from the dangers of heat illness. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) Climate and Health Program is here to help, offering timely heat alerts to keep you informed and safe. By signing up for these alerts, you can stay ahead of extreme heat events and ensure that you and your loved ones remain cool and healthy throughout the hottest months of the year.

Heat Health Alert System      

The Heat Health Alert System is a system the NC Climate and Health team uses to send out heat alerts via email, when the forecast is projected to reach unhealthy levels. You can sign up for heat health alerts and find additional information below. 

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Learn about heat index thresholds for the Heat Health Alert System: Current Heat Index Thresholds

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Heat Health Alert System

+ Heat Health Alert System Communications Toolkit
+ Heat-Related Illness Surveillance Reports
+ How to Stay Safe During Hot Weather
+ Heat Health Educational Materials
+ Additional Information

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Heat Health Alert System:

 Health Alert System and More Information

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