You could call today's weather nearly perfect, but some say the temperatures later in the week could be downright dangerous.
"It seems that this is one of our most extreme in the thirteen years that we've been doing this. It is scary what's coming up for our folks who have no place to call home," said Ginny Ramsey, director of the Catholic Action Center.
Ramsey said the Catholic Action Center and the Community Inn can take in more than 100 people, but they need supplies to make sure they can provide relief to everyone.
"We'll be very packed in. We do need water and we need Vitamin Water," she said.
The Community Action Council will have its neighborhood centers open for those who need to stop in and cool off. They also run a program to provide air conditioners to low-income families who can't afford them. People taking shelter in the Catholic Action Center said they'd be in trouble without somewhere to go.
"I'd probably be out under tree shades and stuff like that or knocking on people's door, you know, just to get the help I need," said Roma Wolfinbarger.
In addition to water, Catholic Action Center representatives say they also need donations of socks.