Relief from oppressive heat in sight
Cold front moving through area Sunday; rain possible
Saturday, July 7, 2012
When you’re hot, you’re hot. And Jefferson City is most definitely hot — and dry.
But according to senior forecaster Scott Truett of the National Weather Service, Jefferson City is one of many places in Missouri suffering similar heat waves.
According to Truett, Friday was the 10th consecutive day of temperatures higher than 100 degrees, an extreme heat streak that first struck the Jefferson City-Columbia area June 27.
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