Tuesday NJ weather: The difference between ‘very warm’ and ‘hot’
My weather forecasts play on radio stations across New Jersey over 200 times a day. So needless to say, I select the words in my forecast very carefully. In this case, I purposefully differentiate between calling the weather “very warm” and “hot”. Bottom line: I don’t call it “hot” unless widespread temperatures and/or heat indices top 90 degrees.
By that definition, Tuesday will be very warm. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will be hot. Perhaps dangerously hot.
New Jersey’s last heat wave was a full three weeks ago. Heat warnings and advisories kick in around midday Wednesday. And the swelter won’t break until the start of the upcoming weekend.
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