By DAILYMAIL.COM REPORTER and ASSOCIATED PRESS
18 June 2018
National Weather Service predicted Monday’s temperature will be 95 degrees
It hasn’t been that hot in the city since 1929, weather experts said on Sunday
A heat advisory is in effect for New York from 11am to 8pm on Monday
New Yorkers are preparing for near record-breaking weather on Monday as temperatures are predicted to be well into the 90s.
According to the National Weather Service, the temperature could reach a scorching high of 95 degrees.
It hasn’t been that hot in the city since 1929.
Temperatures on Sunday reached a high of 88 as other parts of the east coast reached the low 90s
But on Monday, the temperature for New York City could reach a scorching high of 95 degrees. It hasn’t been that hot in the city since 1929
This sweltering heat prompted the weather service to issue a heat advisory for the city, which will be in effect from 11am to 8pm on Monday
This sweltering heat prompted the weather service to issue a heat advisory for the city, which will be in effect from 11am to 8pm on Monday.
According to the service, the heat and humidity will result in high heat index values, meaning it will feel hotter than the air temperature indicates.
In New York, that heat index is expected to be around 100 and the highest will occur during the afternoon.
Extreme heat can cause illness and death among at-risk populations who cannot stay cool and weather experts have warned New Yorkers to stay inside to avoid extended heat exposure.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo urged New Yorkers to take precautions against heat related illnesses and limit strenuous outdoor physical activity.
‘With prolonged heat and humidity in the forecast, I urge New Yorkers to take necessary steps to stay cool,’ Cuomo said.
‘As temperatures continue to rise, I encourage everyone to check on your friends and neighbors who may need some extra help and to cool off at state parks pools and cooling centers.’
Public schools in Jersey City announced on Twitter that they will close early on Monday due to the ‘excessive heat’.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo urged New Yorkers (file image) to take precautions against heat related illnesses and limit strenuous outdoor physical activity
The potentially deadly heatwave has spread from the Midwest toward the Northeast. On Tuesday, the temperatures for New York hit the high 80s
Temperatures are expected to go back to normal after a morning shower on Tuesday. By Wednesday, New Yorkers will be experiencing weather in the low 80s
‘Schools will close at 12:45 tomorrow (June 18) because of excessive heat. There will be no after school programs or CASPER, the Jersey City School District said on Twitter.
Temperatures are expected to climb above 90 degrees in New Jersey as well.
A front will drop in from the north on Monday afternoon, potentially producing thunderstorms with gusty winds, hail and heavy rain.
Monday’s hot temperatures will also impact multiple school districts in Massachusetts.
There will be no classes for Lowell Public Schools and McAuliffe Elementary School warned parents earlier that classes could be affected due to the facility not having air conditioning.
The district has been battling building problems this year, along with gas leaks and heating problems, NECN.
Students in Haverhill, Holyoke and Lawrence, Massachusetts, will have early dismissals on Monday.
Temperatures are expected to go back to normal after a morning rain shower on Tuesday.
By Wednesday, New Yorkers will be experiencing weather in the low 80s.
The potentially deadly heatwave has also wreaked havoc on the Midwest when temperatures reached into the high 90s.
Temperatures reached the high 90s on Sunday in Chicago, approaching if not surpassing the hottest June 17 on record – 96 degrees in 1957.