Ohio is emerging as a global center of research in a branch of physics thatâ€™s stymied scientists for decades. Itâ€™s called Terahertz radiation, a band of light waves with potential uses that range from detecting cancer to uncovering art forgeries.
The first full week of July will bring the season’s first sustained heat wave. At the National Weather Service, forecaster Scott Hickman says afternoon high temperatures will climb into the 90s all week.
With temperatures rising into the mid-90s and heat indices broaching 105 degrees, the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat advisory for much of Ohio until eight o’clock tonight. In Columbus many people take to public pools to stay cool.