When it gets warm like this, dehydration is a concern. Those who are most susceptible include babies and young children.
During these hot, summer days, kids at First Adventure Learning Center are only allowed outside in the morning.
"Anytime after 11 we've made sure we stay inside because it does seem to get warmer though the afternoon," First Adventure Learning Center Owner/Director Jessie Holte said.
The kids also have routine water breaks to prevent dehydration and are encouraged to bring a fun water bottle from home.
"It is fun. They usually get to pick out their own at the store," Holte said. "It definitely encourages them when they have their own water bottle.”
Kids under two-years-old aren't allowed outside in this heat.
"They first of all, don't really enjoy it because it is so warm, but also we want to make sure they stay safe," Holte said.
"If they're really little, they don't need to be out in the sun for very long," Avera Pediatrician Kara Bruning said.
Bruning says kids can get dehydrated in just a few minutes outside.
"Twenty minutes, it doesn't take very long with the heat," Bruning said.
Some signs that your child might be dehydrated include feeling light-headed or dizzy and not going to the bathroom around every six hours.
"For little ones you want to make sure they're giving you a good, wet diaper about every six hours or so. For older kids, it's harder when your child gets older and you don't watch them as much, but make sure they're still drinking and peeing," Bruning said.
If your child is dehydrated, they might also act tired.
"In little, tiny babies their soft spot is still open on the top of their head. If you notice it's really sunken in, that's a problem, but that's a late sign. You want to be looking for their urine output," Bruning said.
But it's best just to prevent it. That's why Holte is making sure kids at her daycare are drinking plenty of water.
"We want to make sure kids are safe and healthy," Holte said.
Bruning says you should make sure your child is drinking water at least every 20 minutes when it's this hot outside.