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Beating the heat with water

Dyllan Fennell, right, rides a bike into a tidal pond at The Sands on Wednesday in Port Royal to retrieve a shoe for his cousin Clayton Hughes. Dyllan offered to get the shoe for Clayton, visiting from Yemassee, because he told him it was surrounded by a giant octopus. The Fennells, from Mt. Vernon, Ga., began their vacation Wednesday with their Port Royal grandparents, Aaron and Deborah Hughes.
Dyllan Fennell, right, rides a bike into a tidal pond at The Sands on Wednesday in Port Royal to retrieve a shoe for his cousin Clayton Hughes. Dyllan offered to get the shoe for Clayton, visiting from Yemassee, because he told him it was surrounded by a giant octopus. The Fennells, from Mt. Vernon, Ga., began their vacation Wednesday with their Port Royal grandparents, Aaron and Deborah Hughes. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

Beaufort County was under a heat advisory again Wednesday as temperatures climbed above 90, with high humidity. Afternoon storms were expected to break the heat. The National Weather Service predicts cloudy weather Thursday and Friday, with highs in the upper 80s.

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