- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 21, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Dangerous heat is expected over much of South Carolina.

The National Weather Service on Tuesday issued a heat advisory for 26 counties in central and coastal South Carolina. An excessive heat warning is in effect in the inland areas of Georgetown and Horry counties.

Forecasters say heat index readings are expected to range from 109 to 112 in the Midlands and the coast. In the inland areas of Horry and Georgetown counties, reading are expected from 110 to 112.

Cities included in the advisory include Aiken, Beaufort, Charleston, Columbia, Hilton Head Island, Mount Pleasant, Myrtle Beach, North Augusta, North Charleston, Orangeburg, Summerville and Sumter,

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