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RACINE –  Need a place to cool off during Wednesday and Thursday’s excessive heat? The Racine Public Library, 75 Seventh St., is a designated cooling center.

The library is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on both days. The building is fully air-conditioned, there is plenty of space and lots of things to do. Visitors are asked to wear facial coverings for safety. Visit: https://www.racinelibrary.info/

The National Weather Service has included the Racine area in a Heat Advisory for Wednesday and Thursday. Dangerously high heat indices of 100 degrees and higher are expected on both days.

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