It’s sweltering hot there! The northeast is sweltering under record-breaking heat wave as temperatures rise above 90 degrees and more to come
- Some of the hottest temperatures of the year are expected this weekend, with the heat wave likely to break records in select cities
- New York City saw the hottest day of the year on Saturday
- In Boston, a heat wave would last several days
- Those experiencing heat stroke symptoms should call 911
More than 5 million Americans will receive heat advisory this weekend as a record-breaking heat wave sweeps through the area.
Some of the hottest temperatures of the year are expected this weekend, CNN reports, with the heat wave likely to break records in certain cities.
Washington DC was expected to be in the low 90s on both Saturday and Sunday, and New York City experienced the hottest day of the year on Saturday with a temperature of 90 degrees.
Boston, Massachusetts: Crowds gathered on L Street Beach on Saturday as more people in New England get vaccinated against the coronavirus
Boston, Massachusetts: Some people went out with their boats
Boston, Massachusetts: The beach was filled with people trying to enjoy the heat
A heat wave was expected in the northeast this weekend, with a record-breaking heat wave sweeping across the country
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Saturday insisted New Yorkers to limit outdoor activities and monitor their neighbors – especially young children and the elderly for whom extreme heat can be dangerous.
In Boston, meanwhile, the heat wave is expected to last for several days, and if it continues for at least five consecutive days, it would be the longest heat wave in eight years, according to WBZ Meteorologist. Jacob Wycoff.
New York, New York: Brooklyn United Marching Band performed Saturday’s Let’s Get This Show on the Street parade as revelers stood outside in the heat to watch
New York, New York: A sweltering crowd gathered to watch the show in Times Square as temperatures hit 90 degrees
Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Cape Cod beach was lined with beach chairs and umbrellas on Saturday as many flocked to the beach in the northeast to enjoy the warm weather
Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Some even brought their dogs to enjoy a day on the sand
Fire Island, New York: A restaurant on Long Island’s south shore was packed Saturday with people enjoying drinks in warm weather
The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh released an infographic that warns people of the signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke and tells people that if they have symptoms of heat exhaustion, they should move to a cooler, air-conditioned place, drink water, and take a cold shower.
However, those experiencing heat stroke should call 911.
The mid-west and Plains were also expected to see highs near the 100s, with the Twin Cities National Weather Service a heat advice for the area until 9 p.m. Saturday.
Narragansett, Rhode Island: A couple saw a boat pass by Salty Brine State Beach pass
The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh is warning people experiencing heat exhaustion to get in the air conditioning, drink water, or take a cold shower, and people experiencing heat stroke should call 911
Meteorologists in the area expect temperatures to hit 100 degrees on Saturday in Minneapolis and St. Paul, which would break a record high since 1925. Similar temperatures are expected on Sunday.
It will also be very hot in the desert area of the southwest with 100 to 110 degrees, but a cold front is moving through the northwest.