By KWGS News - Charlie Spears
Tulsa, OK – Tulsa feels the heat as highs are forecast in the 90s. For those who work outdoors, this means a lot of sweating. Construction foreman Gary Smith says he and his crew have dealt with these temperatures before and they are prepared. "We're watching it, we were working long days but we're probably going to cut our hours back. We're pumping the gatorade, electrolytes, and the water."
Smith says the most important thing is to eat well and, of course, drink lots of water.