It has been hot and humid July and, this week, we are going to see that brutal trend continue.  According to the National Weather Service forecast, we're going to top out near 100 degrees later this week and the heat indices are going to be scorching.  While some folks have the comfort and luxury of working inside air-conditioned offices, others are working outside in the brutal heat.  Our friend, Keith Todd, with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, is sharing some important information about how to be aware of health issues caused by working in extreme temperatures.

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet