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Morning Poll: How to Spend a Hot, Humid Afternoon

The mercury is expected to flirt with 100 degrees today as a heat wave envelops the region. Tomorrow will bring more of the same heat and humidity — but with a better chance of hitting 100.

If you’ve lived through just one summer in the D.C. area, this is nothing new. In fact, there’s an excellent chance that it will get even hotter at some point this summer.

With the Washington region’s notorious swamp-like conditions returning, we were wondering: what’s your favorite way to beat the heat?

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