Temperatures will rise in the US with potentially dangerous heat in the Northeast as the region records its first official heat wave of 2019
- Three days of 90 plus degrees Fahrenheit made it an official heat wave
- Texas to Nebraska saw the temperatures reach the 90 & # 39; s. In Concordia it was 100
- Warnings have been given because heat and humidity are approaching dangerous levels
- & # 39; The air quality will deteriorate over the weekend & # 39 ;, experts warn
- But a storm system is approaching the northeast with poor weather forecasts
Temperatures will rise throughout the country with potentially dangerous heat in the northeast after the region has registered its first official heat wave of 2019.
Three days of 90 plus degrees Fahrenheit made it an official heat wave over Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.
At LaGuardia Airport and in Philadelphia, the temperature reached 93 degrees on Friday.
Texas to Nebraska saw the temperatures come in the 90s. In Concordia, Kansas it hit a stifling 100 degrees.
Three days of 90 plus degrees Fahrenheit made it an official heat wave in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York with more high temperature prediction
Temperatures will rise in the US with potentially dangerous heat in the northeast
Warnings have been issued from there to Minnesota because heat and humidity are approaching dangerous levels.
In Minneapolis, where temperatures could rise to 105 degrees on Sundays, additional heat warnings were issued by The National Weather Service.
High temperatures are expected from the central plains in the upper Midwest and the middle of the Atlantic on Saturdays and Sundays, The weather channel reports.
AccuWeather meteorologist Ryan Adamson said: & While the hot, stagnant air remains on the area for a few days, air quality will deteriorate towards the end of the week and at the weekend.
& # 39; There will also be & # 39; not too much cooling at night, especially in urban areas, resulting in higher electricity bills as the demand for cooling increases around the clock. & # 39;
Code Orange warnings have been issued regarding air quality for New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
In Philadelphia and New York City, it is predicted to be 94 or 95 degrees on Saturday.
Chicago also had earlier this year on the first 90-degree day earlier this year.
And in Florida, Tampa and Miami hit 98 degrees earlier this week. That is equivalent to their second most popular temperature of all time.
A storm system is approaching the northeast with the bad weather expected to hit Washington, D.C., to Boston on Saturday afternoon.
It is expected to last into the early evening and may result in local flash floods.
Looking at the coming week, temperatures are expected to fall, but the heat is expected to return to the east coast in the middle of next week.
By the holiday of July 4, it seems like a hot and stormy weekend is coming.
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