Unrelenting heat wave will scorch New York through the weekend

Unrelenting heat wave will scorch New York through the weekend

Jul 22, 2022 by New York Daily News

Key Facts

  • An unrelenting heat wave likely to be the longest to strike New York in nearly a decade will continue to bake the Big Apple through the weekend.
  • Temperatures are expected to climb as high as 95 degrees on Saturday and then on Sunday to 97 degrees, but it will feel even hotter than that due to the level of moisture in the air.
  • “Hot and humid conditions will combine to produce maximum heat index values ranging from the mid 90s to the low 100s on Friday and through the weekend,” according to the National Weather Service’s latest update.
  • “Low temperatures will range mostly in the mid to upper 70s, with mostly lower 70s in the outlying suburbs which will not allow for much cooling off at night.”

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