COLUMBIA — Twenty-seven consecutive days of temperature highs above 90 degrees tied the city's second-longest streak also set in 1901 and 1980. Although a high temperature of 88 on Friday interrupted Columbia’s march toward the record of 33 days set in 1916, the heat is on yet again with forecast highs of at least 103 degrees through Wednesday. The Missourian asked people around Columbia the best ways to stay cool, and here are some of their responses:
How Missouri residents are beating the heat in 2012
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