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Residents of numerous area communities experienced record high temperatures last Wednesday as the thermometer climbed above the century mark. Louisville television stations reported a record high mark of 102 degrees in the Falls City. Both bank clocks on Highland Avenue in Carrollton displayed 107 degrees at 6:10 p.m. on Aug. 4.
“The mesonet station had us at 91 on Tuesday and 99 on Wednesday with a heat index of 113.1,” Tim Hendrick, Carroll County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources, said.
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