Desert Messenger

June 15, 2016

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June 15, 2016 3 Heat watch issued for Father's Day weekend DATES DEADLINE SPECIAL SUMMER EDITIONS: Wed. July 13 July 6 Wed. Aug. 10 Aug. 3 Desert Messenger Summer Publishing Schedule Call 928-916-4235 E-mail: Note date changes! Quartzsite General Store, LLC Beer & Wine Fresh Retail & Wholesale Meats Homemade Sausages Arizona Lottery & Pick Fish & Game Licenses A.P.S. Pay Station Accept EBT, Debit & Credit Cards SUMMER HOURS Mon-Sat 9am to 6pm Sunday 9am-4pm Quality Meats at VERY Affordable Prices! For all your GROCERY NEEDS & MOORE! Fresh Produce Daily! Hamburger Ground Fresh Daily! GREAT LOW PRICES! We're open all summer for our great locals! 410 E. Main Street, Quartzsite • 928-927-6310 "Positive anything is better than negative nothing." ~ Elbert Hubbard An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for most of the state for Friday morning through Monday night. A dry low pressure system will move through the area, keep- ing our temperatures just below normal and push any remaining moisture out of Arizona. This week, through Thursday, there will very little change day to day in the weather pattern. The warm up will be gradual those days but by Friday, the heat is on. High pressure building to our southeast will take hold and send out temperatures well above 110 degrees. The heat wave begins Friday and goes through next Monday. Temperatures records will be challenged and their is a possibility that some areas could hit 120 degrees on Sunday, June 19, just in time for busy Fathers' Day weekend. Temperature highs 113-121 degrees with peak heat on Sunday. Impacts heat related illness will be likely for those doing strenuous activity outdoors, or those with health conditions that do not have adequate access to air condition- ing. If untreated, some illness events could be fatal. Nature's Nuggets BUYS & SELLS GOLD Nuggets - Jewelry- Coins- Sivler Call Richard T 928-927-5479 Quartzsite YEAR ROUND! GOLD SHOW Feb. 10, 11, 12 2017 Instructions Never leave kids or pets unattend- ed in cars. Drink more water than usual and avoid alcohol, sugar, and caffeine. When outdoors, wear light colored clothing and a wide- brimmed hat to keep your head and body cooler. Take frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Public places with air conditioning include libraries, community centers, government buildings, malls, and special refuge stations. Recognize the signs and symptoms of heat illness. Early symptoms include things such as headache, thirst, and muscle cramps. Serious symptoms include weakness, skin that is cool to the touch, fast but weak pulse, nausea, and fainting. Severe symptoms include hot and red dry skin, fast and strong pulse, sweating that has stopped, and unconsciousness. Untreated heat illness can lead to fatal heat stroke. Stay cool, stay hydrated, stay informed. Counties Effected: La Paz, Yuma Desert Messenger E-EDITION:

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