Idaho Statesmen says, "The National Weather Service predicts 104 degrees on Friday and Saturday, and 106 on Sunday. A temperature of 104 would equal the all-time high for July 29, which was set in 1934, and is close to the all-time high for July 30, which was set in 2003."

Stay hydrated, stay indoors or at least be conscious of how much outdoor time you get and for goodness sakes don't leave dogs, kids or babies in the car, even a few minutes in this kind of heat can be fatal.

If you are looking for indoor things to do to keep everyone cool check out some local inspiration below.

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