Lee Shinn wears one of the umbrella shade hats he sells to beat the heat at the corner of Jackson and Springdale in Memphis, Tenn., Friday, July 6, 2012. With temperatures again reaching the 100 degree mark, Shinns shady solution is a steal at three dollars a piece. (AP Photo/The Commercial Appeal, Brandon Dill)
Record temperatures were set Friday in the Indiana cities of Indianapolis, South Bend and Fort Wayne, where temperatures could reach 106 degrees but feel more like 114. In central Arkansas, Russellville reached 106 degrees, breaking a record set in 1964. The heat was blamed for at least 23 deaths.