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The National Weather Service in Nebraska have shown that the effects of the brutal heat, trying to bake cookies with nothing but a car in the sun.
In a series of tweets on Thursday, the National Weather Service in Omaha Valley will have posted an update about the cookie-experiment-over the course of eight hours.
“We were going to do cookies, but the store had no cookies, so biscuits,” Hallie Bova, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Valley, told the Omaha World-Herald. “I thought it would be fun to try.”
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The experiment was carried out as an extreme heat warning was issued for much of eastern Nebraska and up to 7 hours on Saturday by the National Weather Service. The high in Omaha on Thursday it was 92 degrees with a heat index of 103.
Be the first to tweet, saying: “If you have to ask yourself if it’s going to be hot today, and we are trying to bake cookies using only the sun and a car in our parking lot. We will keep you up to date with the progress. Stay cool!”
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The biscuit dough was placed on a hot plate in a locked vehicle on Thursday morning, along with a thermometer.
The cookies are usually about 14 to 17 minutes at 350 degrees, to heat and to bake it in, the newspaper reported.
The following is a tweet that included a photo of the cookies with the caption, “a 45-minute. Biscuits have been on the rise.”
The next update will be placed in about an hour after the initial tweet, said: “The frying pan has reached 175 degrees and 60 minutes, and the tops of the cookies are up to 153.”
He added, “This is a good time to remind everyone that your car is not, in fact, to get deadly hot. Look before you lock! On average, 38 children die in hot cars each year. Don’t be a statistic!”
Locksmiths and emergency personnel were called to the children to be accidentally locked in for at least two vehicles on Saturday, the Herald reported.
About five minutes later, the Omaha, the National Weather Service posted the update, writing, “the Top of the cakes to be baked, but the bottom stays doughy. But more interesting is the fact that the temperature of the rear seat back is in the shade, which is 144 degrees (celsius).”
The last update said, “now, after nearly 8 hours in the sun, and the outer edge of the cookie and it is actually edible. It’s in the middle, it is still pretty pasty though. The max temp in the pan and it was 185!”
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The tweet included the hashtags #HeatSafety and LookBeforeYouLock.
The dangerously high temperatures and humidity can lead to heat stroke, according to a heat advisory, which is a reminder of the people have to take extra precautions when working or spending time outside.