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As summer officially begins, the North East region is preparing for scorching temperatures that could reach up to 96 degrees Fahrenheit, Your Content has learned.
People are flocking to beaches and parks to seek relief from the upcoming heatwave.
According to weather forecasts, the northeast is expected to experience near record-breaking heat in the coming days.
On Tuesday, some areas are projected to reach temperatures of 96°F or even hotter. However, this intense heatwave will be short-lived, as a cold front from Canada is anticipated to move in.
By midweek, temperatures will start to cool down, but there is also a possibility of storms accompanying the cooler weather.
As the region braces for this temporary heatwave, individuals are making plans to stay safe and find ways to stay cool until the temperatures return to normal, according to The News York Times.