Columbus opens cooling centers as temperatures are expected to hit high 90s

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus will be opening cooling centers across the city as temperatures will be in the high 90s this week.

The city says they will be located at five regional community centers Tuesday through Thursday to give residents a place to cool off.

The locations – Barnett, Beatty, Douglas, Glenwood and Marion Franklin – will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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