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How the F-M metro is trying to beat the heat

The 98 degree heat in Fargo flirted with breaking a record for June 20th, tying the record that stood since 1910.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Record-high temperatures overtake the Red River Valley as communities try to cool off. A doctor at Essentia Health says the key to beat the heat is to stay hydrated and limit your time outside to avoid heat exhaustion and stroke. “If you have work you have to do outdoors or have high intensity activities, try to…