Kansas City is expected to record its 6th straight day of triple-digit temperatures today, which would be the first time the city has topped 100 degrees for six straight days since July of 1980. The National Weather Service recorded a high on Wednesday of 103, which tied a 67-year-old record. Many Kansas City area communities have begun water conservation efforts as the lingering drought lowers water supplies. One bright note: KC area hospitals have reported few illnesses and only two heat-related deaths in Missouri.