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Last updated on Monday, July 31, 2006
(UNDATED) - Air conditioning and bottled water will be two necessary items today and Tuesday.
More hot, humid, and potentially hazardous days of weather has been forecast for Indiana.
National Weather Service Meteorologist John Ogren says the humidity could create some sticky situations with heat indexes expected to measure between 105 and 110 degrees.
Infants and elderly members of the community are especially vulnerable to the heat and humidity.
Ogren encourages residents to drink plenty of water and avoid long periods of outdoor activity. A heat advisory begins at noon and will last until Tuesday night at 8:00PM.
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