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Town issues Weather Alert and Opens Cooling Station

Town of Wayland 6/29/18: WEATHER ALERT: High Heat and Humidity.

High Temperatures, Heat Indexes and Humidity Into Next Week

The National Weather Service has provided the following information:

Beginning today and continuing through the weekend into next week

Heat and humidity will build across Southern New England, however at times there will be relief along the coast in part due to onshore sea-breezes. Highs ranging from the upper 80s to mid 90s. Heat indices as high as 105 degrees.

Over the next several days the Wayland Public Safety building will open the training room for those residents seeking relief from the heat. The cooling station will operate from 10am to 7pm both Saturday and Sunday. We ask all our residents to check on your neighbors, especially the elderly during this time. Anyone with questions please contact the Wayland Police / Fire at 508-358-4721.

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