Sizzling temps scorch LI; no relief in sight

As the temperatures begin to heat up today, officials are warning residents that it is important to keep cool.

The Town of Hempstead is opening 15 cooling

The Town of Hempstead is opening 15 cooling centers today that will remain open through the week. (July 15, 2013 6:06 PM)

Sizzling temperatures today had Long Islanders cranking up their air conditioners, diving into pools and gulping down icy drinks in an effort to ward off the piping hot heat. Temperatures crept into the mid-90s, but it felt even warmer in the sun. The roasting weather isn’t in a hurry to leave, either: News 12 Long Island meteorologists are forecasting temperatures in the 90s for every day through...

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Heat advisories have been issued for Long Island. Cooling Centers around Long Island

Cooling centers across Long Island are open as temperatures climb into the 90s.