Office of Emergency Management concerned about long hit dry spell

With the hot dry conditions this summer it effects everyone and it’s a major concern for the Laclede Office of Emergency Management. OEM Director, Randy Rowe says with the weather so unpredictable it is a concern with experts:

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Rowe says the other concern is the health issue. He says, when the outside temperature rises to 95 plus degrees, there will be cooling centers open in Lebanon:

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Those cooling centers that are open when the outside temperature rises 95 degrees or above are The Red Cross Building, Houghes Senior Center is open Monday through Friday from 9:am to 4:pm and the Lebanon Salvation Army building is open during the day and in the evening and weekends until the temperature goes down past 95 degrees.

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