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No heat waves so far this summer in the Capital Region

Lynne Aragosa replaces torn screens at Marty's True Value Paint & Hardware on Van Vraken Ave. With this summers cooler temperatures folks did not have to close the windows to run air conditioners as often, but when the windows were open, some screens had openings that let the insects in.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Lynne Aragosa replaces torn screens at Marty's True Value Paint & Hardware on Van Vraken Ave. With this summers cooler temperatures folks did not have to close the windows to run air conditioners as often, but when the windows were open, some screens had openings that let the insects in.
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Heat. Some summer lovers wait for the hot sun and high humidity of July and August — to sing a song of fire and ice (in lemonade). The ice and lemonade have shown up. People are still waiting for the fire. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Albany say the Capital Region has not experienced an extended heat wave this summer. Meteorologist Luigi Meccariello said there have been only four days of 90 degrees ...


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