It's hot and unlikely to become any cooler over the next few days.

The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued another heat advisory for today. There have been 28 heat advisories or excessive-heat warnings for the coverage area including parts of South Carolina and Georgia between June 13 and Wednesday, according to Meteorologist Ryan Aylward.

Temperatures were again expected to be in the mid-90s today, which also has been common this summer. As of Wednesday, the Lowcountry has registered 56 days in which temperatures exceeded 90 degrees.

Forecasters expect highs to reach the low- to mid-90s through at least Tuesday.

"There's pretty much not an end in sight," Aylward said.

The high temperatures combined with moderate humidity levels can create conditions that lead to heat-related illnesses. During advisories, residents are urged to stay out of the sun as much as possible, drink plenty of fluids and check on the elderly.