"It's just another element we deal with. This past weekend we had rain and heat and out here working trying to get a tournament in. But it's hot out here. You hear it's not the heat, it's the humidity and being this close to the river, it gets hot out here quick," said Hurley.
We are looking at more high temperatures throughout the week with heat indexes reaching triple digits, so if you have to be out in the heat, be smart and keep cool and hydrated as much as you can.