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Traffic controller Andrew Moseley stays hydrated during a paving job on Irwin Street in Greensboro, NC on Monday, July 20, 2020. “Anyone who is sane shouldn’t be out here,” said Moseley, “It’s hot. It smokes.”



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Jennifer Payne tosses a wiffle ball to her son Zachery, 11, while he practices punching in his garden on Groometown Road in Greensboro on Sunday. Payne, who plays on the New Market Ripperz travel team, said he uses golf-sized wiffle balls for practice to improve his skills at hitting the ball in the center of the club. “When you’re out there and get a solid hit, the hard work really pays off,” he said.



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Zachery Payne, 11, takes punch practice in his yard on Groometown Road in Greensboro, NC on Sunday, July 19, 2020. Payne, who plays on the New Market Ripperz travel team, said he used golf-sized wiffle balls to practice and develop his ability to hit the ball in the center of the club. “If you can get out of there and get a solid hit, the hard work really pays off,” he said.

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GREENSBORO – You just knew something like this was coming.

Sure, we had a few warm days this summer, sometimes really hot. But nothing compares to what will hit Greensboro in the next two weeks. We’re talking about a range of over 90 days that you can fry an egg on your face.

That’s if you don’t burn spontaneously first.

Yes, summer in the south has finally emerged in all its sweat-soaked glory.

According to the National Weather Service, the temperatures will be just over 90 degrees by Thursday.

It’s going to get worse next week. The temperatures will be above 90 degrees again. Every. Day.

Monday through Wednesday forecasters are saying the high will be – are you ready for it? – 95 degrees. Thursday, well, it’s only 94.

We should just move to Tatooine.

A heat warning, which went into effect across Piedmont by 9 p.m. Monday, marked the beginning of a “dangerously hot” week in Greensboro and neighboring cities, said the National Weather Service in Raleigh.

Forecasters expect a heat index of 100 to 109 and high humidity that will last most of the week, with rain showers and afternoon thunderstorms accompanying the heat every day.

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