Top 5 Ways to Stay Cool When It’s Hot in Buffalo

For so many snow and cold jokes Buffalo has to endure, many people seem to forget just how hot and humid Buffalo summers can be.

The end of August 2022 is ending in style in Western New York with warm temperatures and high humidity.

Many parts of New York State are currently under a heat advisory, and the high levels of heat and humidity can really cause serious issues for pets and humans.

To help avoid some of the dangers that heatstroke can cause, it’s essential to find ways to stay cool in the Buffalo.

So how exactly do you do that? Well, there are some things we can all do to stay cool for the rest of the summer.

Credit: Dean Sarago

Credit: Dean Sarago

Head to the beach

There are plenty of great beaches in Western New York and Southern Ontario, so you can always head to the beach and play in the water for a while.

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Stop by a swimming pool

In addition to our friends who have a swimming pool, there are many public swimming pools that you can also go to. This, of course, is in addition to all the paddling pools that are in the area.

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Check in at a local cooling center

On very hot days, communities in Western New York open a series of public places that can serve as a cooling center. You can head to any of them for free.

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Pass through sprinklers

We used to do this all the time when we were kids, so maybe it’s time to relive the days of our youth and take a quick jog through the sprinkler in the front yard.

What are some other places to stop or things to do to cool off?

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