First an icy winter and now record high temperatures for May.
More and more people are investing in a good home cooling system.
And experts say it's not just about comfort.
It's a safety issue.
The extreme weather can be dangerous for people with COPD or asthma.
The elderly are more at risk for heat stroke when temperatures are this high.
Experts say the best way to prepare for summer is to act now.
"I'd urge you to flip your AC on if you haven't already - make sure it's working correctly and if not, get that taken care of before the next hot spell occurs," says Justin Layfield, with Grogg's Heating and Air Conditioning.
The pros at Grogg's say any air circulation is better than nothing.
Even a fan can reduce the risk of any heat-related health problems.