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  • David Sullins of Mt. Prospect harvested his remaining cherry tomatoes on perhaps the hottest day of the year in his garden patch with his sun hat instead of his baseball hat which he just started using a week ago was working perfectly under these conditions.

       David Sullins of Mt. Prospect harvested his remaining cherry tomatoes on perhaps the hottest day of the year in his garden patch with his sun hat instead of his baseball hat which he just started using a week ago was working perfectly under these conditions.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Mic Miyamoto of Buffalo Grove spreads wood chips landscaping the Chicago Japanese Mission Church in Arlington Heights on perhaps the hottest day of the year. Miyamoto wears what a typical Japanese farmer would wear long sleaves and gloves and a white towel around the head to prevent sunburn.

       Mic Miyamoto of Buffalo Grove spreads wood chips landscaping the Chicago Japanese Mission Church in Arlington Heights on perhaps the hottest day of the year. Miyamoto wears what a typical Japanese farmer would wear long sleaves and gloves and a white towel around the head to prevent sunburn.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Michael Rosales of Hoffman Estates is training for the Chicago Marathon, and trains regularly along the bike path at Busse West. He runs carrying plenty of water and hydrates constantly in this late summer heat.

       Michael Rosales of Hoffman Estates is training for the Chicago Marathon, and trains regularly along the bike path at Busse West. He runs carrying plenty of water and hydrates constantly in this late summer heat.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Berkeley Wenger works for her step-dad's company patching tennis and basketball courts as her summer job. Normally she's a senior at the University of Arizona and lives out there. The heat doesn't bother her because she's used to it. Todays temperatures here are very much the same as they are in Arizona this time of year she says. Today she's working on the basketball courts at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.

       Berkeley Wenger works for her step-dad's company patching tennis and basketball courts as her summer job. Normally she's a senior at the University of Arizona and lives out there. The heat doesn't bother her because she's used to it. Todays temperatures here are very much the same as they are in Arizona this time of year she says. Today she's working on the basketball courts at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Michael Rosales of Hoffman Estates is training for the Chicago Marathon, and trains regularly along the bike path at Busse West. He runs carrying plenty of water and hydrates constantly in this late summer heat.

       Michael Rosales of Hoffman Estates is training for the Chicago Marathon, and trains regularly along the bike path at Busse West. He runs carrying plenty of water and hydrates constantly in this late summer heat.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Berkeley Wenger works for her step-dad's company patching tennis and basketball courts as her summer job. Normally she's a senior at the University of Arizona and lives out there. The heat doesn't bother her because she's used to it. Todays temperatures here are very much the same as they are in Arizona this time of year she says. Today she's working on the basketball courts at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.

       Berkeley Wenger works for her step-dad's company patching tennis and basketball courts as her summer job. Normally she's a senior at the University of Arizona and lives out there. The heat doesn't bother her because she's used to it. Todays temperatures here are very much the same as they are in Arizona this time of year she says. Today she's working on the basketball courts at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Peter Zob of Hoffman Estates stays cool while hosing down some of his garage shelves. After seeing his kids off to school, he just started this latest task and will go inside as soon as he finishes, not staying out any longer than he has to in this late summer heat.

       Peter Zob of Hoffman Estates stays cool while hosing down some of his garage shelves. After seeing his kids off to school, he just started this latest task and will go inside as soon as he finishes, not staying out any longer than he has to in this late summer heat.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Peter Zob of Hoffman Estates stays cool while hosing down some of his garage shelves. After seeing his kids off to school, he just started this latest task and will go inside as soon as he finishes, not staying out any longer than he has to in this late summer heat.

       Peter Zob of Hoffman Estates stays cool while hosing down some of his garage shelves. After seeing his kids off to school, he just started this latest task and will go inside as soon as he finishes, not staying out any longer than he has to in this late summer heat.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Tom Peltier of Gurnee trains for an upcoming event on wheeled skis at Independence Grove Forest Preserve as temperatures remained in the 90's Tuesday near Libertyville.

      Tom Peltier of Gurnee trains for an upcoming event on wheeled skis at Independence Grove Forest Preserve as temperatures remained in the 90's Tuesday near Libertyville.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Christopher Moore of Maywood wipes the sweat from his face while fishing at Spring Lake in Aurora Tuesday.

       Christopher Moore of Maywood wipes the sweat from his face while fishing at Spring Lake in Aurora Tuesday.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Masa Sun of Naperville,22, rests in the shade of the halfpipe at the skate park along the River Walk Tuesday afternoon.

       Masa Sun of Naperville,22, rests in the shade of the halfpipe at the skate park along the River Walk Tuesday afternoon.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Dylan Siebert, 5, cools off during the unseasonable hot weather, at the Water Spray Park in Lombard on Tuesday.

       Dylan Siebert, 5, cools off during the unseasonable hot weather, at the Water Spray Park in Lombard on Tuesday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Madeline Deeke, 4, cools off from the heat and fills her bucket at the Water Spray Park in Lombard on Tuesday.

       Madeline Deeke, 4, cools off from the heat and fills her bucket at the Water Spray Park in Lombard on Tuesday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Thompson Middle School students grab bottles of water from icy buckets in the hallway on their way out for an early dismissal Tuesday in St. Charles.

       Thompson Middle School students grab bottles of water from icy buckets in the hallway on their way out for an early dismissal Tuesday in St. Charles.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Thompson Middle School social studies teacher Tim Maddie passes out bottle of water to his seventh-grade class while they take a test Tuesday in St. Charles.

       Thompson Middle School social studies teacher Tim Maddie passes out bottle of water to his seventh-grade class while they take a test Tuesday in St. Charles.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Fans, water and lights off were among the ways that Thompson Middle School teachers and students tried to keep cool without air conditioning and temperatures expected to hit the mid-90s Tuesday in St. Charles.

       Fans, water and lights off were among the ways that Thompson Middle School teachers and students tried to keep cool without air conditioning and temperatures expected to hit the mid-90s Tuesday in St. Charles.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Thompson Middle School social studies teacher Chris Ashline slipped off his flip-flops and sat by the door as he taught class Tuesday in St. Charles. "It's the first time in my 10 years of teaching here that I've worn shorts," Ashline said.

       Thompson Middle School social studies teacher Chris Ashline slipped off his flip-flops and sat by the door as he taught class Tuesday in St. Charles. "It's the first time in my 10 years of teaching here that I've worn shorts," Ashline said.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • South Elgin High School senior Taylor Warrick hydrates at a water stop along Spring Street during a cross country practice run on Tuesday, September 10.

       South Elgin High School senior Taylor Warrick hydrates at a water stop along Spring Street during a cross country practice run on Tuesday, September 10.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

 

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