From cancelled events, to residents urged to stay indoors, the latest round of heat is keeping New Hampshire quiet.

The end of July is typically the hottest time of the year, and 2019 hasn't been any different. A week and a half after the first batch of dog-day summer heat moved through the Granite State, round 2 is on our doorstep.

According to WGME CBS 13's Lexie O'Connor, a heat advisory will be in effect for many counties in New Hampshire and Maine until 8pm tonight. Also, with the heat comes an air quality warning, and many residents, especially the elderly are being told to keep cool indoors.

There was also a big race scheduled tonight at Epping's Star Speedway, which has been postponed due to the excessive heat. The race was to be a qualifier for an even bigger race held in Maine next month.

Hang on, we're only a few weeks away from pumpkin spiced everything.