(Harrisburg, PA) – The Shapiro Administration is reminding Pennsylvanians to take summer heat seriously, with forecasts calling for heat and humidity that will make temperatures feel like the upper 90’s to low 100’s this week.According to the National Weather Service, heat is the most prevalent weather-related... Read More.
New York public health officials caution New Yorkers of dangerous heat conditions forecast to impact much of the state later this week. New Yorkers should prepare in advance for high heat and humidity in the forecast on Thursday and Friday, with heat index values... Read More.
State officials urged New Yorkers to prepare for dangerous heat conditions that are expected to continue throughout the State through Thursday evening, as high heat and humidity are forecast to maintain heat index values — or... Read More.
Gov. Kathy Hochul urges New Yorkers to be prepared for dangerous heat conditions expected to last through Thursday, as a combination of hot temperatures and moderate-to-high humidity levels cause heat index values in the 90s and potentially the low 100s in certain areas. On Wednesday, most of... Read More.
The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) is urging older New Yorkers and their family members to take precautions in extreme heat, as high temperatures and humidity, coupled with COVID-19, can create hazardous conditions for older adults. Exposure to extreme heat can cause... Read More.
The hottest weather of the summer is poised to swelter many areas of the mid-Atlantic, central Appalachians and southwestern and central New England late this weekend to the first part of next week. In addition to heat advisories being in effect across the Midwest,
last week’s prolonged stretch of heat and humidity in much of the Northeast, lower temperatures and humidity levels arrived over the past weekend and persisted into the beginning of this week. However, forecasters say that is likely to change by later this week.While disturbances... Read More.
Extreme heat is dangerous for everyone, including young children, older adults, and pets. Here are some extreme heat tips to keep your entire family safe. Prepare for Extreme HeatTo begin preparing, you should build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan. Know those... Read More.