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NEW YORK (1010 GAINS) – You can not fool around here: this weekend will be a scorcher. (scroll down to forecast)
The city's excessive heat warning is currently in effect until Sunday at 8:00 pm. "With great disappointment we announce the cancellation of the Verizon New York City Triathlon 2019", it says in a tweet of the organizers.
OzyFest has also been canceled, said Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday. It should take place in Central Park. Performers and speakers included John Legend, Marc Cuban, Beto O'Rourke and Trevor Noah Large Office Buildings to set building thermostats to 78 degrees from Friday morning until Sunday night to save energy.
I declared a local emergency due to the extreme heat and instructed owners and operators of large office buildings to set building thermostats to 78 degrees to save energy from Friday morning to Sunday night.
City government buildings are already making adjustments. https://t.co/2sF0tJUnJt[19459005)-mayorBilldeBlasio(@NYCMayor) July 19, 2019
Serves as a prelude to the weekend on Friday night will be very warm and humid Low 80.
Saturday is dangerously hot and humid with hazy sunshine, peak of 98, with AccuWeather RealFeel temperatures of nearly 110 in the afternoon.
Saturday night is very warm and sticky, clear to partly cloudy
On Sunday there is more extreme heat and humidity with sunshine and some clouds, high 98, with ReaFeels around 110. Maybe a thunderstorm late day or night north and west of the city. Monday will be cooler (!!), but still wet with clouds and some sun; a few showers and a thunderstorm around. High 84.
Looking Tuesday and Wednesday it is dry and comfortable with low humidity and highs in the lower 80's.
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