SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - The Clark County Fair kicks off tonight and it'll be a hot one out there at the fairgrounds.
We went to the fairgrounds to see how fairgoers were keeping cool and learned an important piece of advice experts say we tend to look over when it comes to keeping cool during the heat.
Health officials say drinking lots of water is one of the most important things to do during weather like this. But, you can't just keep going.
You need to be sure to take a moment or two to rest and monitor the length of your outdoor activities, Christian Conover, the director of nursing for the Clark County Combined Health District told 2 NEWS.
Luckily, the fair has plenty of water and ice cold lemonade to help keep fairgoers cold.
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