At heat advisory was placed into effect for most of the Tri-State Area Wednesday, as the temperatures climbed well to the 90s.
Temperatures surged to potentially dangerous levels Thursday with relief from the largest heat wave of the summer still days away.
It’s another week of hot weather across the Tri-State Area as temperatures are expected to be in the 90s through the weekend. A heat advisory is in effect for New York City until midnight Tuesday.
The county’s public pools will be open an additional two hours on Monday – until 8 p.m. – due to high demand.
If you’re reading this right now, chances are you’re indoors – and you might want to stay there if your air conditioner is working.
The outside world felt like a trip to the steam room Friday – and the trend was expected to continue through the weekend with temperatures forecast in the 90s each and every day.
New Yorkers continue to back in the heat on day two of a summer scorcher.
A heat advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday for New York City. Temperatures are expected to hit or exceed 95 degrees on Monday and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Connecticut, northeast New Jersey and southeast New York until 9 p.m.
The fourth heat wave of the season is bearing down on the Tri-State area with temperatures expected to hit the mid 90s by Tuesday afternoon.
A heat advisory is in effect through 9 p.m. Tuesday as temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s.
The heat wave is in full effect again on Sunday. It’s sunny, hot and humid, and for the second consecutive day there is a heat advisory in effect for the Tri-State Area.
A heat advisory is in effect until 7:00 p.m., and it’s creating all kinds of problems — from air quality issues to a water shortage in New Jersey to open hydrants in New York City.
The storms brought rain, hail and lightning with them, bringing sudden changes in the sticky weather that lingered for days over the region
Cooling centers will be open on Friday to help New Yorkers beat the heat, as near record-breaking temps continue to suffocate the area.