Hotter and Stickier on Monday as Heat Wave Settles in - NBC New York

Hotter and Stickier on Monday as Heat Wave Settles in

The heat index is expected to near 100 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday

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    Forecast for Monday, Aug. 27

    Storm Team 4 meteorologist Raphael Miranda has your forecast for Monday, Aug. 27. (Published Monday, Aug. 27, 2018)

    After a bright -- and dry -- weekend it's about to get a lot hotter and stickier, Storm Team 4 says. 

    A heat wave is likely this week, with temperatures predicted to hit at least 90 degrees on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, meteorologists say. 

    A heat wave means that temperatures top 90 degrees for at least three days in a row. A heat advisory is in effect for much of New York and New Jersey. Click here for all weather alerts. 

    On Monday, the humidity will be on the rise as highs begin to climb into the 90s. The heat index is expected to near 100 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday. 

    The heat wave should end on Thursday when a cold front brings temperatures down but staying in the upper 80s on Thursday before dipping back to the low 80s on Friday. 

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