The rest of New Jersey like Sussex, Salem and Cumberland counties are under a heat advisory, with temperatures in the mid-90s. Temperatures will remain warm with lows dropping into the mid-70s.
While temperatures are in the 90s, with the humidity the National Weather Services says it could feel more 104 to 107.
"The week will start out mild, with temperatures going up a degree or two each day", said James Brotherton, a weather service forecaster. Reschedule strenuous outdoor activities.
Check on friends and neighbors, especially those who are seniors or have young children. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. If you don't have air conditioning, visit cool areas like a recreation center or library.
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The heat advisory on Monday also includes Wyoming and southern Erie counties, and the western Southern Tier. Numbers may be slightly cooler along Lake Erie. This will lead to heat indices ranging from 100 to 105.
A hot, humid air mass is expected roll into ME early next week, likely bringing 90-degree temperatures, especially to inland parts of the state.
An isolated evening thunderstorm is possible, but there is a better opportunity for stray storms overnight on Friday. This heat can create health problems for some, so here are some tips that can be used to look out for during the first official heat wave of the summer.
SUNDAY: Extreme heat and humidity.
Keep pets cool outside: Provide water and shade. "Excessive exposure to heat can cause a range of heat-related illnesses, from heat rash and heat cramps to heat exhaustion and heat stroke".
HEAT CRAMPS: Painful spasms usually in the muscles of legs and abdomen with heavy sweating. Heat stroke is an emergency.call 9 1 1. Take extra precautions.if you work or spend time outside. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when possible and drink plenty of water.