Heat wave expected to hit Northeast, Midwest

with all that comes intense temperatures unfortunately I heat wave is expected to hit the Northeast and Midwest this weekend CBS News weather producer David through the temperatures how hot will it be this weekend and two to people who are in New York perhaps get on a plane and get out of here so I guess you got the ocean AC almost everywhere else is going to be pretty darn hot this weekend in terms of the worst today that’s going to be a place in the midwest like st. Louis where it’s going to feel like a hundred and twelve even seen some calculations that I could feel like a hundred and fourteen in St Louis sure they’re in the 90s or below 100 that means you have heat exhaustion problems heat stroke problems which means you’re going to be doing any sort of physical activity outside and it doesn’t cool all that much down in the night and that also means that there’s no real good time to be outside during this period the message getting out there are local officials letting people know all of this I hope so I hope my local meteorologists are doing their duties 14 days where we’re going to be in the nineties and parts of the Mid-Atlantic the longest Heatwave we’ve ever had it use 21 days so like that’s not record-breaking but it is a shock to the system it’s the first time certainly we turned on the heat the only areas of the country that are somewhat immune to this since the West Coast or something specifically but really is he go into the end of the weekend Sunday how your talking about triple-digit feels like temperatures in New York City and here’s the Washington DC temperature trend for 10 days we do not go below 90 any of those days and wouldn’t have those days the feels like temperature over a hundred degrees in the midwest Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast it is going to be a sticky muggy heat especially keep in mind that a lot of your major population areas New York phillyedc right on the water so you can’t really get a dry heat cuz you got all that water surrounding you but when you combine those temperatures with the Sun be surfaces that you’re on our so much hotter cement at a 95 degree day in the sun feels like a hundred and twenty-five to your feet if you live in a city we are looking for several weeks temperatures above normal or well above normal so here’s what’s going to happen basically you’re going to be above normal and then you’re going to cool back down to just about average maybe one or two degrees above normal and then you can go normal again so it’s going to be up and down through most of July it’s not going to be a very comfortable stretch they will break a couple more records ever done but people are going to be out and about remember go to a lifeguard and Beach you know all those key things that you got to do if you want to escape the Heat make sure that you have an AC that’s working today would probably be your last to get that working if you’re going to be traveling make sure that your car is in good working order cuz if you’re stuck in traffic and something dies so and you don’t have air conditioning that’s not a good scene either
Hot summer temperatures are coming to the Northeast and Midwest this weekend, with highs expected over 100 in much of the country. Relief from the heat likely won’t come until late next week. CBS News weather producer David Parkinson joins CBSN with details.

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