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Cooling Center May Not Be Needed In Lax This Week

It might feel like a repeat of Riverfest weather today in La Crosse, if the mercury reaches 100.

But the heat wave isn't expected to last long enough for local agencies to open cooling centers at night. La Crosse County health educator Al Graewin says special shelters used in very hot or very cold weather might become a more permanent offering.

 

More than a dozen people used cooling centers in La Crosse during a three-night period, beginning on July 4th.

 

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