DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, CA JULY 14: Heat waves rise near a heat danger warning sign on the eve of the AdventurCORPS Badwater 135 ultra-marathon race on July 14, 2013 in Death Valley National Park, California. Billed as the toughest footrace in the world, the 36th annual Badwater 135 starts at Badwater Basin in Death Valley, 280 feet below sea level, where athletes begin a 135-mile non-stop run over three mountain ranges in extreme mid-summer desert heat to finish at 8,350-foot near Mount Whitney for a total cumulative vertical ascent of 13,000 feet. July 10 marked the 100-year anniversary of the all-time hottest world record temperature of 134 degrees, set in Death Valley where the average high in July is 116. A total of 96 competitors from 22 nations are attempting the run which equals about five back-to-back marathons. Previous winners have completed all 135 miles in slightly less than 24 hours. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Just when you thought it couldn’t get hotter…the temperatures keep rising.

The Fayetteville Observer is reporting that Friday and Saturday (July 21 & 22) are about to get hot. Most of us are used to the hot weather during the summer, but it doesn’t make it any more tolerable.

Record high temperatures in Fayetteville this week have range between 102-106. Due to heat and constant humidity, the heat index this weekend over most of the Sandhills will be 110 or very close to it.

While we normally see breaks in the heat when temps drop below 70 during the night, that hasn’t happened much recently. This is what makes the heat that much stronger, and a lot harder to tolerate.

There are multiple organizations working to provide fans for those eligible for them. Visit The Fayetteville Observer for eligibility.

Please remember to drink water, stay in the shade, wear a hat if outdoors, and always apply sunscreen!

Janie Wadsworth is a Netflix addict that loves attending concerts and traveling the world. See where she’s off to next @simplyjanie_.