Kansas City has just passed through what is typically its hottest stretch of the year. But don’t shut off those air conditioners or fans just yet.
Kansas City has just passed through what is typically its hottest stretch of the year. But don’t shut off those air conditioners or fans just yet. File photo The Star
Kansas City has just passed through what is typically its hottest stretch of the year. But don’t shut off those air conditioners or fans just yet. File photo The Star

Rejoice KC! Hottest temps of the year now behind us — historically speaking

July 30, 2017 12:22 PM

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