Cooling centers to be open for heat relief Monday night | Health
The city of Madison is opening some cooling centers for Monday night to help people struggling with the heat.
Mayor Paul Soglin announced that beginning at 9 p.m. Monday, Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center (main level ballroom) and Warner Park Recreation Center will remain open overnight to those in need of relief from the high temperatures.
The Red Cross is providing staff, water and cots. People should bring any necessary medication and medical equipment. Pets will not be allowed.
These facilities are only scheduled to be open tonight, Monday.
On Tuesday, the city of Madison will review weather conditions and make decisions as to which buildings to use if necessary for the rest of the week.