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Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:50 pm | Updated: 11:44 pm, Thu Jun 13, 2013.

It’s official, the heat has hit. The temperature in Santa Fe reached 98 degrees Monday, only 1 degree below the high for June 2012 of 99 degrees. And the mercury has hovered in the mid-90s for the past three days.

National Weather Service meteorologist Chuck Jones said this is not unusual for June — and it should be cooler over the next couple of days — but after a long cold winter, Santa Feans are still trying to adjust.

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  • henry griswold posted at 11:53 am on Sun, Jun 16, 2013.

    henry griswold Posts: 213

    i think swamp coolers kill the smoke when it goes thru the wet pads? & cost a minimal amount in water compared to the high cost of electricity w/a.c.

     

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