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National Weather Service Says It’ll Be Hot This Week

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(St. Louis) Extremely hot weather is in the forecast for the week ahead. Mark Britt is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in St. Louis. He tells us where the hot weather is coming from.

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Britt says this kind of heat is nothing to mess with.

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A heat advisory is in effect through Thursday night. This advisory will cover pretty much the entire state of Missouri and Arkansas, as well as parts of Illinois, Oklahoma and Kansas. Hear more with Britt below.

 

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