(Photo via NYC Buildings/twitter)The National Weather Service [https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=okx&wwa=heat%20advisory] has issued a Heat Advisory [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/resources/notify_nyc/weather-33.page] for New York City from 11am Tuesday morning through 9pm Wednesday night. High
(Photo via NYC Buildings/twitter)The National Weather Service [https://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=NYZ176&warncounty=NYC081&firewxzone=NYZ176&local_place1=Ridgewood%20NY&product1=Heat+Advisory&lat=40.7007&lon=-73.8903] extended the weekend’s Heat Advisory [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/resources/notify_nyc/weather-33.
Get ready for steamy air, unforgiving heat, and scattered thunderstorms through tomorrow evening. The National Weather Service [http://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=okx&wwa=heat%20advisory] has issued a Heat Advisory for New York City until 6pm on Thursday, July 13. A Heat Advisory is issued when
Photo Credit: flickr/Pete [https://www.flickr.com/photos/comedynose/14373314278/in/photolist-aqTL4i-cXiwL-e8ZT5F-vU2HV-m9ZhzM-tp3P8-32kmQ-5bXDHD-d4xDSC-e96wGo-7LBNyx-oyzDPs-7Md4q1-ZsgM5-4AMwG-n7NWt-68pAb2-i6wCF-6tKBNy-vuPhPd-k4yBrR-oyvU7v-dfy2y-2hfF1k-6KvkE2-dZvX9-nU7Zzq-ohihS9-43viRx-9YGFmn-znbAB-6VCdn-5qQ1QU-caayEA-72CxN-iJWvJ-54FGGu-aaqnAL-57tuKf-5zASQh-6qFKy-CLoSZR-3qKAKE-xc2GWp-wqQXfP-5puvWW-5nZqJ7-wLDDt1-wTXyKj-x6CnYw] At least we’re not in Washington D.C. where it will feel like 105 degre
Photo by Randy ContelloLooks like it’s going to be a heck of a day, especially for anyone stuck working outside. Neighbors across Brooklyn are facing a double threat today, with the National Weather Service warning of both high temperatures and the threat of flooding. With temperatures expected to hit
Temperatures are expected to float around the 100-degree mark throughout the current work week, with temperatures hitting as high as 102 degrees today. While rain is forecast to hit Friday, the temperatures won’t really begin to drop until Sunday, when it finally goes below 90 degrees. The National Weather
Source: Stougard via Wikimedia CommonsMaimonides Medical Center has added a section to their website with information teaching New Yorkers how to keep cool during a heat wave. [http://www.maimonidesmed.org/Main/SummerHealth.aspx] The city is in the midst of its hottest 12-month period since the Civil War, according
from creativecommons.orgForecasters are predicting that the weather will be oppressively hot this week. Even Cool Hand Luke himself might have trouble coping with the relentless heat sweeping most of the country. Please remember our tips from the National Weather Service [http://www.nbcwashington.com/weather/stories/Heat-Related-Deaths-Reported-Temps-to-Climb-123380858.html] . They