Heat advisory issued for NYC through Thursday

Shower or t-storm in spots on Tuesday

The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible, according to National Weather. Pasadena, San Gabriel and Burbank will experience highs of around 95 Saturday, Sunday and Monday while Woodland Hills hovers around 102 and Lancaster reaches 106 - about 5 degrees above normal.

While Thursday will be hot, it'll feel even hotter with an expected heat value index of 103 degrees. Those will be active through 8 p.m. Thursday. "So the combination of the heat and humidity is really going to make things rather oppressive here", NWS Meteorologist Mitchell Gaines said.

Meanwhile, matching Baltimore's record high of 99 degrees, set in 1966, 1954 and 1880, is also stretch, considering its 3 p.m. temperature of 94.

The moisture will be in the mid and upper layers of the atmosphere while the lower levels will be dry. The heat index will be between 100 and 107 degrees.

HRRR model forecast of heat index at 2 p.m.

The thick humid air has prevented nighttime temperatures from cooling down appreciably.

Forecasts call for temperatures in the mid-90s Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will still be very warm in the mid 70s. Five of the city's boroughs have a heat advisory in effect, while there's an air quality alert in effect for most of New York City and surrounding areas.

Good evening! After a nice day today, tonight will be the same.

FRIDAY: Showers will move south and out of the area during the morning with clearing skies expected in the afternoon.

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