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Keeping cool in a Philadelphia sidewalk pool

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Veronica Caines, foreground from right, 6, Kianna Roman, 4, Juliann Esola, 5, Aliyah Nguyen, 5, and Jayden Jones, 2, cool off in a wade pool under the watch of Brittany Gonzalez, background, Monday, July 16, in Philadelphia. Temperatures in Philadelphia reached the low 90s on Monday.

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Joey Potts, left, 5, and his brother Jordan Kerver, 7, cool off in a wade pool, Monday, July 16, in Philadelphia. Temperatures in Philadelphia reached the low 90s on Monday.

As the U.S. experiences another heat wave, farmers are being hit hard by the worst drought conditions recorded since 1956 and consumers can expect to see corn prices rising. The Weather Channel's Eric Fisher reports.

 From AP: PHILADELPHIA — Heat warnings and advisories are going into effect across much of Pennsylvania with temperatures expected to head up into the mid- to high-90s in many places.

The National Weather Service has an excessive heat warning in effect for much of the Philadelphia region on Tuesday, with highs expected to approach triple digits. Continue reading more on the heat wave here.

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