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KY3 - Missourians have endured quite a stretch of hot weather recently, so much that the National Weather Service took to social media Friday to show the impact of the heat. NWS took advantage of the weather Friday to bake chocolate chip cookies inside of a hot car.
With temperatures pushing triple digits throughout the day, and even warmer heat indices in some parts of Missouri, NWS began the experiment Friday afternoon in the Kansas City region. When the project started, the outdoor temperature was 88 degrees. Stay tuned!!! We are conducting experiments today to show just how hot your car can get. We will post a video this afternoon. Check the back seat and never leave kids or pets in hot cars! A timelapse video shared by NWS via Twitter showed that the car eventually reached an internal temperature of degrees. The experiment ended with a fresh batch of cookies after several hours.
By the way… here is the finished product pic. Throughout the experiment, NWS reminded viewers via Twitter about the dangers of leaving children and pets in hot Kansas City Missouri man in need of hot chocolate. On average die each year due to heat. Help us spread awareness and always remember. To report a correction or typo, please digitalnews ky3. Jude Dream Home. Weather School Contest. Ozarks Sports Zone. On Your Side. Submit a Story Idea or News Tip. Great Health Divide.
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