Definition of Excessive Heat Watch

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Excessive Heat Watch

The term 'Excessive Heat Watch' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Issued by the National Weather Service when heat indices in excess of 105F (41C) during the day combined with nighttime low temperatures of 80F (27C) or higher are forecast to occur for two consecutive days'.

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