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HEAT WAVE FORECAST: Sizzling temps roast Malheur County

Ashton (left) and Xander Stroud play at Ontario Recreation District's Splash Park on Friday, June 25, 2021. ANGELINA KATSANIS/The Enterprise

ONTARIO - The heat wave will persist this week with predicted highs of 106 on Thursday and Saturday but no record temperatures. 

To stay safe in the high heat, people should stay hydrated, stick to shade and cool areas and check in on elderly family members. 

Signs of heat-related illness include cramps, cold and clammy skin, dizziness, and in extreme cases fever and . . .