It's hot and muggy, but it's also the longest day of the year.
When forecasters called for a long, hot day today, they weren't kidding. Combining temperatures in the upper 90s with the longest day of the year, it may not seem like the best day to be outdoors. However, it's also the summer solstice, so it means the sun will stay out longer and that means more daylight hours to have fun. So how will you spend the day? Will you take advantage of the solstice?
The advisory, issued Monday, stemmed from a major water main break in Capitol Heights.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission lifted the precautionary Boil Water Advisory at 8:45 a.m. for all customers in the affected area in Prince George’s County. Water testing conducted throughout the area since Tuesday indicates there are no signs of harmful bacteria. WSSC collected water samples on Tuesday and Wednesday, and both rounds of tests came back negative for contamination. As a result, WSSC has determined that it is no longer necessary for the affected customers to boil water before using it. The advisory resulted from the break on a 54-inch water main in Capitol Heights. “This was certainly an inconvenience for our customers and we appreciate their patience," WSSC General Manager Jerry N. Johnson said in a statement. "…