Thursday 4 August 2022 11:19 PM Northeast prepares for record breaking heat wave that would see Boston break a ... trends now

Thursday 4 August 2022 11:19 PM Northeast prepares for record breaking heat wave that would see Boston break a ... trends now
Thursday 4 August 2022 11:19 PM Northeast prepares for record breaking heat wave that would see Boston break a ... trends now

Thursday 4 August 2022 11:19 PM Northeast prepares for record breaking heat wave that would see Boston break a ... trends now

Northeast prepares for record breaking heat wave that would see Boston experience heat last felt in 1928: New York City, Philadelphia and other east coast cities will either equal or top past highs The National Weather Service is predicting that record temperatures could be equaled or topped in Boston, Hartford, Newark and New York City  The city of Boston is preparing for temps to hit 99 Thursday, according to NWS, which would break a record last set in 1928  Boston Mayor Michelle Wu said in a statement: 'I urge everyone to stay cool and safe, and check on your neighbors during the week'  In Hartford, the forecast is set for the Connecticut capital to hit 101 degrees Thursday. That would break their 1944 record by five degrees Newark, New Jersey, which is often home to the hottest northeast temperatures during heat waves, could tie a nearly 30-year-old record of 100 

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The northeastern United States faces a second heat wave in a matter of weeks, with over 70 million people potentially falling under heat advisories through the coming weekend.

The National Weather Service is predicting that record temperatures could be equaled or topped in Boston, Hartford, Newark and New York City

The city of Boston is preparing for temps to hit 99 Thursday, according to NWS, which would break a record last set in 1928. 

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu said in a statement: 'I urge everyone to stay cool and safe, and check on your neighbors during the week.'

In Hartford, the forecast is set for the Connecticut capital to hit 101 degrees Thursday. That would break their 1944 record by five degrees. 

Newark, New Jersey, which is often home to the hottest temperatures during northeast heat waves, could tie a nearly 30-year-old record of 100. 

The northeastern United States faces a second heat wave in a matter of weeks, with over 70 million potentially falling under heat advisories through the coming weekend

The northeastern United States faces a second heat wave

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