Locals soak up the sun or try to stay cool. Reported by Amanda Garrett. The National Weather Service on Saturday blanketed most of northern Ohio with a heat advisory until 10 p.m., warning that highs would ultimately reach about 95, but would have a heat index — what it feels like when you combine the air temperature with the humidity — of 100 to 104. That, the government agency said, is not only uncomfortable, but potentially dangerous and urged residents to check on family, friends and neighbors. For more on this and other stories, visit Ohio dot com or pick up the latest copy of the Akron Beacon Journal today.