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Study: Hot Temperatures Are Bad For The Economy

Days that averaged about 77 degrees ended up reducing people’s income by about $5 a day when compared with days that were about 20 degrees cooler.


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9-Month-Old Baby Left Alone In Hot Car In Boston

A 9-month-old baby was found left alone in a car in Boston on Sunday.


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Keller @ Large: Why Can’t Boston Open Public Pools For Heat Wave?

Despite our summer sizzler and record high heat in Boston, the fences around the pools remained locked tight on Thursday.


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Records Fall, Temperature Could Still Hit 100

There is also a real chance at hitting 100 degrees today in Boston, which would be the first 100-degree day in the city in June in 60 years.


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Keller @ Large: Why All The Weather Complaints?

Didn’t most of us spend much of the last eight months or so dreaming of weather like this, even after the mild winter we had?


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100 Degrees In June? It’s Possible

This could be our first 100 degree day in June in 60 years!


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Heat Forcing Boston Marathon Organizers, Runners To Adjust

Many of the 27,000 runners signed up for the Boston Marathon are spending their last day before the race trying to decide how to deal with the heat forecast for Monday.


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Mass. Residents Advised To Take Precautions Ahead Of Heat Wave

There is a heat advisory in effect for Boston as temperatures could approach or surpass 100 degrees across the Bay State.


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Dangerous Heat Wave Begins Across Southern New England

For many cities and towns, Wednesday will mark the first day of a four-day blistering heat wave.


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Cooling Centers In Boston

With temperatures in the Boston area set to approach 100 degrees, Mayor Tom Menino’s office released a list of cooling centers and pools available for public use.