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Oregon Looking for Relief from Record Heatwave

Wednesday's sizzling temperatures BROKE A 70-YEAR-OLD RECORD for the Roseburg area. The mercury rose to 105 degrees Wednesday for the second straight day of record-setting heat. The previous record for that day was 101 degrees set in 1939. In the last several weeks, Roseburg has BROKEN THREE OTHER HOT WEATHER RECORDS. Tuesday's high temperature of 100 degrees just barely beat the previous high of 99 degrees. On July 28, the scorching 108-degree high broke the past record and nearly met the all-time high of 109 degrees. Roseburg also set a record July 29 with a 106-degree reading.
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