New Yorkers warned heatwave will get worse before it gets better amid sweltering heat

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‘It’s getting dirty outside:’ New Yorkers warned the heat wave will get worse before it gets better as hot temperatures over 90 degrees and stifling humidity last through Thursday

  • Temperatures soar above 90 degrees in some parts of NYC this week
  • Heat wave reached 93 degrees on Sunday and humidity will rise in the coming days
  • Temperatures are expected to drop slightly to 87 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday before rain hits the city on Thursday donderdag

New York City is in the midst of a heat wave that will continue into the week and get worse before it gets better, forecasters say.

Temperatures will soar above 90 degrees in some parts of the city this week, the National Weather Service said today.

On Monday, temperatures in New York City reached 90 degrees, according to AccuWeather.

The heat wave reached a blistering 93 degrees on Sunday and according to meteorologists, the humidity will rise in the coming days.

New York City is in the midst of a heat wave that will continue into the week and get worse before it gets better, forecasters said

New York City is in the midst of a heat wave that will continue into the week and get worse before it gets better, forecasters said

Temperatures will soar above 90 degrees in some parts of the city this week, the National Weather Service said today.  Pictured: New Yorkers soak up the heat at Coney Island Beach on Sunday

Temperatures will soar above 90 degrees in some parts of the city this week, the National Weather Service said today. Pictured: New Yorkers soak up the heat at Coney Island Beach on Sunday

The heat wave reached a blistering 93 degrees on Sunday and according to meteorologists, the humidity will rise in the coming days.  Pictured: Two kids playing in the water as they try to cool off in the 90 degree weather on Sunday

The heat wave reached a blistering 93 degrees on Sunday and according to meteorologists, the humidity will rise in the coming days. Pictured: Two kids playing in the water as they try to cool off in the 90 degree weather on Sunday

The National Weather Service said temperatures will rise to over 90 degrees today vandaag

The National Weather Service said temperatures will rise to over 90 degrees today vandaag

‘It gets dirty outside,’ Accuweather meteorologist Brett Rossio . told The New York Post on Sunday.

“The dew point will rise in the coming days, so it will feel even worse,” he said.

The National Weather Service in New York today said temperatures will hit the 80s and 90s this week.

“The heat continues into the workweek with temperatures rising again into the 80s and 90s,” the NWS tweeted.

“An isolated thunderstorm is possible this afternoon, especially north and west of NYC.”

The National Weather Service in New York said temperatures will hit the 80s and 90s this week

The National Weather Service in New York said temperatures will hit the 80s and 90s this week

Over the weekend, thousands flocked to Coney Island Beach to swim and stay cool as temperatures soared

Over the weekend, thousands flocked to Coney Island Beach to swim and stay cool as temperatures soared

Sweltering heat is expected to drop slightly to 87 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, before rain ravages the city on Thursday due to a cold front from Canada, according to the report. AccuWeather.

Temperatures will drop below 70 degrees on Friday, but will rise above 78 degrees on Sunday.

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.

Over the weekend, thousands flocked to Coney Island Beach to swim and stay cool as temperatures soared.

A sea of ​​brightly colored umbrellas lined the beach as New Yorkers tried to find some shade.

Heat advisories are in effect through Monday in parts of the northeastern states due to the combination of high temperatures and high humidity.

“I just came from Florida for 10 days and it’s not as bad there as it is here,” local resident Yvonne Johnson, 42, told the Post.

“Here’s the moisture with the heat. It’s worse here.’

“That’s why I bought the Icee because it’s hot and my mouth is dry and this heat is dangerous.”

Another resident, Marty Jones, said, “I do what I do, sit in the shade and drink lots of water. I try to move as little as possible.’

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