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2010-07-14MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Hot Watch

That's an especially important warning for those in their summer exercise routines.

Betty Ann Dean is the Fitness Director at the Maryville Community Center.

She says there are strategies to beat the heat

Dean adds if you start to feel thirsty, it probably means you're already dehydrated.

All of our Missouri listening area remains under a heat advisory until 10 o-clock tonight.