The Metro Health District has issued a ‘Level Three Heat Outlook,’ warning that conditions through Sunday may be dangerous for certain people, 1200 WOAI news reports.

  Possible health effects resulting from this heat level include sunstroke, heat cramps or heat exhaustion with prolonged exposure.

  People are recommended to keep a close eye on neighbors or relatives affected most by excessiove heat conditions, including infants, young children, and the elderly.

   Leven three is not the most severe warning.  Level IV is normal  summer conditions, and Level I represents the most dangerous condition.