Storms Rumble Before Heat Wave Builds In

Storms Rumble Before Heat Wave Builds In”

Actual temperatures this weekend across the Northeast will be well into the 90s, meaning parts of the Northeast will see its first heat wave of the season. From a county-by-county view to the Midwest regional radar and a national view - it's all there.

And be on the lookout for symptoms of heat-related illness like headache, nausea and fatigue. The warning is effect until Saturday evening. The record for June 29 is 97 degrees and the record is 99 degrees for June 30.

Temperatures will start out the weekend mild, but not too uncomfortable.

Saturday night into Sunday morning brings the best chance for storms with the rain winding down around 8-9am.

The symptoms of heat exhaustion include heavy sweating, a weak yet quick pulse, muscle cramps and nausea, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Today is forecast to be Day 1 of a multi-day heat wave in New York City. That has not happened in Buffalo since 2013. Highs will be in the low-90s with heat indices going over 100° away from Lake Michigan.

Residents are also reminded to dress for the weather in lightweight, losse-fitting clothes and to use sunscreen.

Sunday will be cooler with a high temperature of about 90 degrees.

Friday's high is expected to be in the low 90s, but with a heat index of 100.

Top 10, A+, 100%... however you want to grade yesterday, it goes without saying, it would be tough to beat. The high temps could even make your already hot peppers hotter, said Paravola.

Environment Canada advises that there is still uncertainty regarding when the heat event will come to an end, as current indications suggest the heat could continue into the middle of next week.

After a few days of relief, the mercury will climb again next week. And then doing a double round of watering throughout the day. An Excessive Heat Warning means that a prolonged period of dangerously hot temperatures will occur.

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