Here are some things to consider including in your packing list: Pack loose-fitting clothing made from lightweight and breathable materials. Bring sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun’s rays. Pack plenty of water and electrolyte drinks to stay hydrated in the heat.
What should I sleep in when camping in 50 degree weather?
Make sure your sleeping bag is rated for sleeping in 50-degree weather. Ideally, your sleeping bag should be a three-season bag with a comfort rating of at least 20°F (-5°C) just in case the temperatures dip lower at night. Add an optional sleeping bag liner to boost warmth.
How do you survive 100 degree weather?
Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. Avoid high-energy activities or work outdoors, during midday heat, if possible. Check on family members, older adults and neighbors. Watch for heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
What should you wear in 100 degree weather?
Choose light colors: Wearing light colors that reflect the sun’s rays rather than absorb them (as dark colors can) helps keep you cool. Look for shirts, shorts, pants and hats in white, tan or khaki.