True dog days of summer
On Saturday, it was 95 degrees as gusting winds blew heat like a hairdryer set on "inferno."
By Sunday morning, people donned light jackets to brace against the 30-degree temperature swing, and scraped mud off their boots after late-night rains transformed the rolling prairie landscape into a soggy mess.
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