Heat wave gets hotter

Maryland really began to turn in the roaster Thursday, joining much of the rest of the country, now deep in the summer's worst heat wave. The mercury reached 103 degrees in downtown Baltimore, with a heat index reading of 117 degrees. It was 100 at BWI-Marshall Airport, four degrees short of a record. Full Story »

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Gin Ferrara
3.7
by Gin Ferrara - Jul. 22, 2011

A well-sourced report about how the city is handling the current heat wave. A more in depth story could look at long-term planning for hotter temperatures, or more fuel-efficient ways to cool down.

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