(DNAINFO) Jeff Mays — City officials warned New Yorkers to stay cool Monday as temperatures and humidity were expected to make it feel close to 100 degrees outside for the second day in a row.
“This kind of heat can be dangerous,” MayorBill de Blasio said at a press conference with emergency officials.
“People have to make smart decisions,” he continued. “People, of course, have to stay hydrated. Don’t stay out in the sun any longer than you have to. Be aware of the challenge of this circumstance.”