DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Just before the blistering sun rises, dozens of Camp Gladiator participants were already on the go.
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The heat index this Tuesday afternoon is a whopping 105 degrees.
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Marisa Mooney and her entire family are from Bakersfield, California. It’s hot there, but not nearly as humid. “It’s much harder… much, much harder with the humidity,” Mooney said. She as her family were out for a morning run.
Of course, you can’t forget your four legged friend. They’ll appreciate an early cooler start too.
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Russell McDowell said, “No I’m ready for fall already.”