Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook warning of high temperatures in the low to mid-90s with heat indices between 90 and 94 degrees today.

A record-breaking blast of summer-like weather has hit NY and other parts of the Northeast. The high temperature will rise to about 78 degrees, which is 15 degrees lower than Monday's, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. The record for Worcester is 90 degrees, also from 1973, and the city is expected to hit 92 today.

With a high over 90 degrees, the second day of a heat wave is likely in Lancaster County today.

Wednesday will see temperatures back in the 80s, with sunny skies and an expected high of 84.

As of 11 a.m. on Monday, Boston checked in at 88 degrees. With the high temperatures, expect humidity, warned meteorologists.

"Temperatures will drop a little at night, with most places having early Tuesday morning readings between 65 and 75", forecasters said.

The service forecasts high temperatures will continue Tuesday with possible thunderstorms before milder temperatures move in for the rest of the week.

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