In most Michigan communities, public pools are closed. Libraries are closed. Public buildings are closed, due to efforts to keep the coronavirus from spreading.
That means fewer places for people to go to cool off when it gets really hot - and the next nine or ten days will be really hot - with high temperatures around 90 to 95 in much of lower southern Michigan.
Fears of spreading the coronavirus to vulnerable residents have even caused groups in Oakland County that normally open up cooling centers to say, "not this year."