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BTC: Chattan-oooh Doggy...It's Hot Outside!

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Throughout this weekend, a majority of the southeast and midwest have been baking in triple digit heat. (REUTERS) Over two dozen cities across 10 states set or tied all-time record high temperatures on Friday and Saturday, including Columbia, South Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Raleigh, North Carolina. The heat wave continued Sunday for millions of people from the Plains to the mid-Atlantic. Nashville broke another daily heat record Sunday, with a high of 104 degrees(40 C), according to meteorologist Brittney Whitehead of the National Weather Service. The old record for the day was 101, set in 1954. "Highs will be in the low 100s for the rest of the week," Whitehead said. The so-called Music City hit an all-time high temperature on Friday when it withered under 109 (42.7 C) degrees. From St. Louis, Missouri, to Washington, temperatures flirted with more all-time records. "It is very unsafe outdoors for those susceptible to these extreme conditions," the National Weather Service said in a statement. ------ First installment of "Beyond The Cut" features Shadowfax's "Blue In The Face" from the July 1994 playlist. Based upon the song's traditional on-air edits used on The Weather Channel, everything from 0:55 and forward is this edition's extended cut. Enjoy!