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What is the "Heat Island Effect"?
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The heat is trapped in the city by sidewalks, buildings, roads, and houses. In St. Louis, the city is 15 degrees hotter than in the county at night. This is because the heat that has been trapped during the day is finally able to escape. The picture below shows an example of the heat island effect. 




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