WASHINGTON — The heat and humidity is expected to skyrocket on Monday, making it feel close to 100 degrees outside.

Real temperatures will reach the mid 90s and humidity will range from about 40 to 70 percent.

Infants, the elderly and people who work outside are at greatest risk for suffering from heat exhaustion.

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Symptoms of heat exhaustion include confusion, dizziness, fatigue, headache and nausea. If you believe that you are suffering from heat exhaustion, Johnson advises going somewhere cool and slowly drinking water.

Other tips to cool off include:
Wearing loose fitting clothing
Covering as many parts of the body as possible
Staying inside or in the shade
Keeping hydrated

Rockville announced it is opening its cooling centers Monday.

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