Its hot outside and triple digit temperatures are just around the corner.
Those who spend their day working outside say if you aren't careful, it can be dangerous.
Hours in the sun can lead to dehydration and other heat related illnesses.
Workers braving the heat are taking extra precautions to keep safe while on the job.
J.C. Gunter, with Shiners Car Wash, says, “We encourage the guys on a regular basis to keep drinking water. We don't want anyone getting sick or feeling bad.”
“Have water, Gatorades, anything that doesn't dehydrate you, and wear hats and sunscreen,” John Lacrosse, with Adobe Creek National, said.
It’ll be a while before this heat lets up.
Health officials recommend using the buddy system to look for signs of heat exhaustion like confusion, feeling light-headed, or nausea.