Temperatures Soar Into 90s Again Thursday For Hottest Day Of 2017The heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. in New York City as the humidity will make it feel like it's the mid 90s to around 100 degrees in some spots.
Flash Flood Warning In N.J. As Storms Pass Through Tri-State AreaMany of the storms forecast for the Tri-State area were headed out to sea late Thursday, but a flash flood warning persisted for southern New Jersey.
Staying Safe In The Summer HeatHere are some tips from the Office of Emergency Management to help you keep cool - and safe - when the temperatures heat up.
Parts Of Tri-State Area Face Another Day Of Heat And HumidityA heat advisory is effect until 10 p.m. Tuesday in New York City while an excessive heat warning remains in effect until 8 p.m. for Mercer, Gloucester, Camden and northwest Burlington counties in New Jersey.
Heat Advisory In Effect For New York City MondayThousands of people remained without power Sunday morning as staggering temperatures continue to slam the city.
Another Evening Of Storms For Some After Day Of Heat, Humidity In Tri-State AreaFollowing another day of dangerous heat, severe thunderstorms once again rolled into the Tri-State Area late Friday.
Severe Storms Follow Extreme Heat For Tri-State AreaA severe storm system brought heavy rain and dangerous lightning to the Tri-State Area late Monday, following another day of sweltering heat.
NYC Opens Cooling Centers After Heat Advisories, Warnings Issued For Parts Of Tri-State AreaNew York City opened cooling centers as temperatures climb into the 90s across the Tri-State area Wednesday, and no relief was in sight.
Beyond Discomfort, Heat Related Illness Could Be DeadlyThe CDC said there are still an average of more than 600 heat related deaths nationally, and many more heat illnesses every year.
Loss To Heat Drops Nets To 7-28 On The RoadDwyane Wade had 30 points and nine assists to lead the Miami Heat to a 110-99 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night at American Airlines Arena.
Nets Put Up A Fight, But Wade, Bosh Make The Difference As Heat Edge BrooklynDwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each scored 27 points, leading the Miami Heat over the Brooklyn Nets 102-98 on Tuesday night.
Wade, Surging Heat Hand Nets Third Straight Loss, 104-98Guard Dwyane Wade, a pregame question mark because of the flu, recovered in time to score 28 points, leading five players in double figures.