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Delaware daily roundup: Heatwave index; ‘Underwater’ fun in Philly; Instagrammable spots

Plus, the marriage between AI and social media is getting weirder.

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How NOAA defines risk during a heatwave

We’re on the brink of a major heatwave. How severe will it be? That depends on the temperature (which will near 100 degrees), but also factors like the population not being acclimated to higher temperatures this early in the summer.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration created a tool to help you prepare this summer.

➡️ Read my report here.

App brings ‘underwater’ fun to Philly

Next time you’re in Philly, check out the augmented reality experience along Broad Street. All you have to do is download an app.

➡️ Read Sarah’s article here.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• Delmarva Power says it’s ready for the heatwave. [Delaware Business Now]

• Milford students and parents push back against proposed “controversy free” classroom proposal.  [Delaware Public Media]

• USA Today picks “Instagrammable” spots in Delaware. [USA Today]

• The marriage between AI and social media is getting weirder. [The Verge]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Wednesday, June 26 — Cool Spring Farmers Market opens [Details here]

• June 25-26 —  Delaware Tech Ecosystem Conference [Details here]

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