Table 3: Extreme heat exposure in Green River District County (2000–2012): days with maximum temperatures greater than or equal to 95 degrees from May to September.

YearsExtreme heat exposureCounties affected

20008/28/00–8/30/00Union, Webster

2001No dates met exposure definition

20028/02/02–8/04/02Union
9/07/02–9/10/02Henderson, Union, and Webster

2003No dates met exposure definition

2004No dates met exposure definition

20057/24/05–7/26/05Union
8/09/05–8/14/05Henderson, McLean, Union, and Webster

20067/18/06–7/21/06Union
7/30/06–8/03/06Union, Webster
8/06/06–8/10/06Union

20077/31/07–8/24/07All counties
8/27/07–8/29/Henderson, McLean, Union, and Webster
9/02/07–9/05/Daviess, Henderson, McLean, Union, and Webster

2008No dates met exposure definition

2009No dates met exposure definition

20107/23/10–7/25/  
8/01/10–8/04/10  
8/08/10–8/15/10  
8/19/10–8/22/10  
8/31/10–9/02/10  
9/19/10–9/23/10
Hancock  
All counties  
All counties  
All counties  
All counties  
All counties

20118/31/11–9/03/11All counties

20126/18/12–6/21/12Henderson, McLean, Union, and Webster
6/23/12–6/25/12Henderson, McLean, and Webster
6/27/12–7/10/12All counties
7/15/12–8/09/12All counties
8/23/12–8/25/Daviess, Henderson, McLean, Union, and Webster
8/28/12–8/31/All counties

Notes.
other counties reached threshold for 2 days.
County reached one-degree shy-of-threshold on 8/29/12.
Source. National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program, http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/.