Heat Wave.

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Temperatures rose well into the upper 90’s yesterday in Baltimore, marking the official first day of Summer.

The extreme temperatures are expected to continue throughout the week.

We got sent out to report on how people were coping with the heat. After walking around a nearly deserted Charles Street, we decided to head to the Inner Harbor.

It was a bit difficult to find a compelling angle for this story. The facts are straightforward: it’s Summer and it’s hot outside.

But, on hot days when life hands you lemons, you make lemonade.

We talked to four people that were on the job at the harbor. This video came together as a sampling of how the heat affects (or doesn’t affect) the downtown workplace.