It's hot! And Jim Kosek tells us not to expect any relief until this weekend. And there are already problems, Monday night, people living in north salt lake were without power. That means no air conditioning.
There's one way to describe the inside of Lisa Pearson’s home right now... Hot.
"Temperature is getting warmer, we're getting uncomfortable, we may have to figure out some plans for the night," said Lisa Pearson.
As the temps went up in their home, Lisa and her husband mike went down to their basement to try and get some relief.
"We’ve got 2 little kids and it might be hard for them to sleep tonight," Pearson said.
We found Lisa’s neighbor, Sharon Stanger watering her lawn. She got home, and her garage door wouldn't open.
"So I parked the car and went in the house and went in and tried to open it from inside the garage and then realized that nothing was on in the house," Stanger said.
We contacted rocky mountain power, 25 homes in this neighborhood lost power. The reason is still unknown. These families said they will beat the heat even if it means leaving home.
"Yeah, air conditioning would be really nice right about now but what do you do? Take the kids out to dinner and go on a Costco shop," said heather Hodge.
Being without air conditioning in extreme heat can be deadly. 18 people in the Baltimore area have died from heat related issues in the past 2 weeks, many had no power.