New York Is in for Record-Breaking Temperatures Tomorrow

NEW YORK - JULY 6: Stephanie Smith of Greenpoint, Brooklyn relaxes in the East River State Park on July 6, 2010 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for parts of the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and parts of Michigan and Kentucky with temperatures in some areas predicted to reach 100 degrees. (Photo by Ramin Talaie/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Stephanie Smith Photo: Ramin Talaie/2010 Getty Images

Remember when it rained all spring, such that commuting was a nightmare because you were always wet and sticky and annoyed? Well, it's looking like the summer is going to be the same: Nightmare commute, wet, sticky, and annoyed. Today's going to be a scorcher, and tomorrow even worse. The temperature is set to hit 98 degrees or higher, which could break records for this time of year. The entire Northeast will be affected, but then again, the entire Northeast isn't made of sidewalk the way New York is. This is going to be a rough one.

New York, Northeast Temperatures May Reach 90s This Week, Forecasters Say [Bloomberg]