Repeated droughts taking toll on midstate

Macon: It was a summer when the hot air seemed to cling to your skin, dragging your ankles toward the baking pavement, drowning your lungs as you sucked in moist gulps. The sun was relentless. On Saturdays, neighborhoods were strangely devoid of kids’ voices or bouncing basketballs, silent as everyone huddled behind their curtains over air conditioning vents. The only hotter summer on record, in terms of mean temperature or average high, was in 1954, according to David Stooksbury of the University......

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