The supermarket industry was trying its best last week to cool the effects of a nationwide heat wave that brought violent storms to St. Louis, a marathon power outage in New York City and triple-digit temperatures in the West. In St. Louis, a severe storm with winds up to 90 miles an hour arrived suddenly on the evening of July 19, knocking down trees, blowing over trucks on highways, and damaging buildings and power lines throughout the region. A second storm, spawning several tornados, ...
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