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    Posted June 11, 2014 by
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    Severe Heatwave Warning for Pennsylvania on Wednesday June 18, 2014

     
    Severe Heatwave Warning has been Issued for Pennsylvania on Wednesday June 18, 2014 and the Temperatures will be 35+ Degrees Celsius and Over 40 Degrees Celsius with the Humidex and the Heatwave will hit Ohio, New Jersey and New York and it will be Extremely Hot in Pennsylvania and Temperatures will be Very High and People in Pennsylvania you need to be Prepared for the Major Heatwave it is gonna to Hit Pennsylvania on Wednesday June 18, 2014 the Heatwave will be So Powerful in Pennsylvania and Stay Out of the Direct Sunlight, Drink a lot of Water and Turn up your Air Conditioners up to the Full Blast and Limit your Outdoor Activities such as Outdoor Sports, Tennis Badminton, Biking, Running and Walking and if you are going outside Drink a lot of Water and Don't Walk too Far and if you don't like the Heat Stay Indoors and Turn up your Air Conditioners up to the Full Blast and Have your Fans Ready and Get in the Swimming Pools to get Cooled Off and Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke and the Heatwave will be Very Bad in Pennsylvania and it will also Hit Ohio, New Jersey and New York Especially in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and if you have anybody living in Pennsylvania Be Prepared for the Major Heatwave on Wednesday June 18, 2014 and People in Pennsylvania Stay Cool and Don't Get too Hot Be Safe.

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