Record High Temperature Possible This Week Across New York
It is going to be a warm return to school for many kids across New York State and as we brace for a heatwave across the Empire State, we could end up setting some records.
Looking ahead to the five-day forecast, we are looking at temperatures in the 80s and 90s and that will get us close to some daily high temperature records.
Feel Good Mornings With Dave Fields Mon-Fri 6am-10am
Looking at Western New York, the early part of the week will bring a chance to record record highs.
The record high for September 4th is 95, on September 5th it is 02, and then on September 6th, it is 91. We could see a record-tying high at some point this week. In central New York, the early part of the week also brings 80s and possibly 90s.
The best day to beat a record will be on Tuesday where the current record is 88 which was last set in 1941.
It may not get warm enough to set a record in the "Big Apple". It looks like the highs expected this week will be 5-10 degrees cooler than the current records.
Check out the hottest days ever recorded in Albany, New York.
See The 8 Hottest Days On Record In Albany History
Gallery Credit: Matty Jeff
LOOK: Was 2023 The Hottest Summer On Record?
Gallery Credit: Meg Dowdy
What Is the Hottest Surface When Your Car Is In the Sun?
Gallery Credit: Zane Mathews