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July 16, 2012 5:00 AM

The heat’s back over Wichita, and likely to stay for a while

Back into the furnace we go. Another summer heat wave will clamp down on Kansas and the nation’s heartland today, with forecasters projecting temperatures to top 100 degrees in Wichita for at least the next six days, after Monday’s relative respite of 97.

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