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With temperatures reaching record highs in some areas of the Tri-State, Al Dukes put together some helpful tips to help everyone stay cool and beat the heat…
Metro-North says trains on the New Haven line are operating at reduced speeds due to high temperatures. Customers should expect scattered delays.
Anne Krineski Joyce was trying to keep cool at her home when she found an unexpected visitor in her back yard: a bear.
With heat advisories posted in the city, it was 94 degrees when the Mets started against Baltimore on Wednesday night, and that meant a nice savings for fans.
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The sudden scorching temperatures led to some scary moments and forced officials to take some precautionary measures in New Jersey on Wednesday.
So how are you beating the heat? Hating it? Loving it? Send us your “Holy crow, is it hot!” pictures.
The MTA posted a notice on their website saying the severe heat can impact subway and train signals and overhead power lines. The agency also says escalator and elevator service may be reduced in order to save energy.
Get ready for some serious heat!
Metro-North Railroad is apologizing and promising reforms after passengers last month were stuck inside a disabled train during the heat wave.
The medical examiner said Friday that the latest victims were in Queens and Brooklyn.
The Long Island Power Authority’s Edge program calls on 36,000 volunteers to raise air conditioner temperature levels and shut off pool pumps during peak energy use times, like during a heat wave.
The all-time peak record for energy use was broken at 4 p.m. Friday, clocking in at 13,189 megawatts. That was 48 megawatts higher than the previous record set in August of 2006.
The New York City medical examiner has determined last week’s brutal heat wave is to blame for another death.
It was another record-breaking scorcher on Saturday. Highs were at or near 100 degrees in New York City, a temperature not felt on July 23 in two decades.