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EXCESSIVE: Relentless heat wave causes feds to issue tips; some relief early next week?

July 4, 2012

STAY SAFE DURING EXCESSIVE HEAT CONDITIONS
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COLUMBIA CITY – With an excessive heat warning for Whitley and area counties firmly in place for the next four days and high temperatures to settle near 100 degrees, the federal government has issued tips on how to cope. Perhaps the biggest coping mechanism will be forecast highs in the low- to mid-80s early next week.

Regardless, here is what the feds want Whitley Countians to know about the ongoing heat wave:

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