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The lowest temperature, 87 degrees, was recorded in a forested part of the Ten Hills neighborhood. A conspicuous belt of high heat stretched east of downtown, across residential neighborhoods made up of dense row houses, typically with no yards and little tree cover.
Average temperatures in this area, which is majority African American and largely lower-income, hovered between 98 and 99 degrees, with hot spots reaching as high as degrees. Cooler temperatures: Franklintown, a historic neighborhood near Leakin Park.
High heat: Downtown Baltimore. The city plans to increase its tree canopy to cover 40 percent of the city, up from 28 percent inaccording to Lisa McNeilly, director of the Baltimore Office of Sustainability.
The city is also trying to turn some of its vacant lots into permanent green spaces.