Sweltering Heat, Humidity Will Last Through the Weekend

Heat index values are expected to be between 95 and 99 degrees

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A heat advisory for the New York metropolitan area is in effect until Sunday.

    A heat advisory is in effect for the New York metropolitan area and parts of New Jersey until 8 p.m. Sunday as temperatures are expected to hit the low 90s and feel even hotter.

    Heat index values are expected to be between 95 and 99 degrees Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with humidity making it feel even more sweltering.

    Residents are urged to keep out of the sun, rest and drink lots of water.

    Here's your forecast through the next five days:

    Early Morning Forecast for Saturday, July 6

    [NY] Early Morning Forecast for Saturday, July 6
    A heat advisory is in effect for the New York metropolitan area and parts of New Jersey until 8 p.m. Sunday.

    SUNDAY: Hazy, warm and humid, with p.m. storms to the north and west.
    HIGH: 92

    MONDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. More storms.
    HIGH: 88

    TUESDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. More storms.
    HIGH: 87

    WEDNESDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. Storm chance.
    HIGH: 86

    THURSDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. Isolated PM t-storms.
    HIGH: 87
     

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