UNDATED - We're sweating it out with our warmest temperatures of the summer today (Monday).

CentraCare's Doctor Janet Handrigan reminds you to drink plenty of water or sports drinks today. Also wear light weight loose fitting clothes. And, try to avoid being in cars or buildings without air conditioning.

Handrigan says young kids and the elderly are the most vulnerable on days like today.

Some warning signs of heat exhaustion include: headaches, feeling weak or tired, vomiting, cramping, and getting nauseated.

Handrigan says you should also watch for signs of heat stroke.

Handrigan says, if you have signs of heat stroke, you should go to the emergency room right away.