New York - If you thought today was hot, wait ‘till tomorrow.
With temperatures soaring to 91 degrees this afternoon in Central Park, the mercury is expected to zoom up to 93 degrees tomorrow.
Accuweather.com reports that the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for tomorrow.
The city plans to open cooling stations so that New Yorkers can beat the heat.
The heat index is expected to reach 101.
The humidity is expected to drop on Wednesday, with highs reaching the upper 80s. Both Thursday and Friday will see cooling temperatures, with 83 degrees expected on both days.
This comes as record-breaking heat is sweeping the US, according to forecasters.
Temperatures rose above 100 degrees this past weekend across Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, according to the National Weather Service.
Heat advisories were posted for those states and Ohio this afternoon as officials warned that residents should limit the time they spend outside.
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