In the sun and in the shade


With hot temperatures still hanging on, Don Nichols wore a straw hat to beat the sun’s rays late Tuesday morning as he tilled a garden for his pastor and wife, Matt and Tonya Edwards, of Faith Baptist Church. Nichols said the ground was really hard and he thought the area could use some rain. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director David Clippert said Sedalia had been removed from threat of tornadoes Tuesday afternoon but could still see some rain, hail and high winds. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sitting underneath the shade of a tree on the Pettis County Courthouse lawn, Emily Long, of Smithon, stayed cool on her lunch break Tuesday with her phone and a book. Long said she was reading a book titled “The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs” by Joel Salatin. Information provided by the National Weather Service said temperatures will continue to be in the 90s through the weekend. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A cyclist keeps the harsh afternoon sun off his face and neck Tuesday with an improvised bicycle helmet as he rides the Katy Trail, behind Smith-Cotton Junior High School near East 10th Street. Temperatures should reach a high of ‘95 degrees Wednesday. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

With hot temperatures still hanging on, Don Nichols wore a straw hat to beat the sun’s rays late Tuesday morning as he tilled a garden for his pastor and wife, Matt and Tonya Edwards, of Faith Baptist Church. Nichols said the ground was really hard and he thought the area could use some rain. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director David Clippert said Sedalia had been removed from threat of tornadoes Tuesday afternoon but could still see some rain, hail and high winds. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.

Sitting underneath the shade of a tree on the Pettis County Courthouse lawn, Emily Long, of Smithon, stayed cool on her lunch break Tuesday with her phone and a book. Long said she was reading a book titled “The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs” by Joel Salatin. Information provided by the National Weather Service said temperatures will continue to be in the 90s through the weekend. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.

A cyclist keeps the harsh afternoon sun off his face and neck Tuesday with an improvised bicycle helmet as he rides the Katy Trail, behind Smith-Cotton Junior High School near East 10th Street. Temperatures should reach a high of ‘95 degrees Wednesday. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.

With hot temperatures still hanging on, Don Nichols wore a straw hat to beat the sun’s rays late Tuesday morning as he tilled a garden for his pastor and wife, Matt and Tonya Edwards, of Faith Baptist Church. Nichols said the ground was really hard and he thought the area could use some rain. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director David Clippert said Sedalia had been removed from threat of tornadoes Tuesday afternoon but could still see some rain, hail and high winds. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD061516HotWeather-1-1.jpgWith hot temperatures still hanging on, Don Nichols wore a straw hat to beat the sun’s rays late Tuesday morning as he tilled a garden for his pastor and wife, Matt and Tonya Edwards, of Faith Baptist Church. Nichols said the ground was really hard and he thought the area could use some rain. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director David Clippert said Sedalia had been removed from threat of tornadoes Tuesday afternoon but could still see some rain, hail and high winds. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sitting underneath the shade of a tree on the Pettis County Courthouse lawn, Emily Long, of Smithon, stayed cool on her lunch break Tuesday with her phone and a book. Long said she was reading a book titled “The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs” by Joel Salatin. Information provided by the National Weather Service said temperatures will continue to be in the 90s through the weekend. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD061516HotWeather-2-1.jpgSitting underneath the shade of a tree on the Pettis County Courthouse lawn, Emily Long, of Smithon, stayed cool on her lunch break Tuesday with her phone and a book. Long said she was reading a book titled “The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs” by Joel Salatin. Information provided by the National Weather Service said temperatures will continue to be in the 90s through the weekend. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A cyclist keeps the harsh afternoon sun off his face and neck Tuesday with an improvised bicycle helmet as he rides the Katy Trail, behind Smith-Cotton Junior High School near East 10th Street. Temperatures should reach a high of ‘95 degrees Wednesday. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD061516HotWeather-3-1.jpgA cyclist keeps the harsh afternoon sun off his face and neck Tuesday with an improvised bicycle helmet as he rides the Katy Trail, behind Smith-Cotton Junior High School near East 10th Street. Temperatures should reach a high of ‘95 degrees Wednesday. There is heat advisory in effect 1-7 p.m. Wednesday for Pettis County. High humidity/very high temps will cause dangerous heat indices to 105 degrees. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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