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Blazing heat continues in South Georgia

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

     We've had severe thunderstorms each day this week.
     We've also had heat indexes well into triple digits each day.
     Temperatures have topped 90-degrees all but two days this month.
     Our high temperature in Albany has been at least 95-degrees 11 out of the last 12-days.
    Clearly these two things are connected. The daily heat and humidity are firing up the daily thunderstorms.

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