With high temps and humidity, Boston takes precautions
BOSTON, Mass. (WHDH) -- Temperatures are expected to reach the high nineties Tuesday as the heat wave continues in Boston.
The National Weather Service also issued heat advisories for most of Massachusetts and New Hampshire as well as air quality warnings.
Monday, Mayor Menino issued a heat advisory urging residents to take precautions. Community centers, pools and parks are all open.
Those that do not have air conditioning and need access to cooling centers have been told to go to community centers. They can call 211 for locations and hours of operation.
The heat wave that has swept the nation this summer has caused droughts, and wild weather has followed when the cool fronts have moved in. Follow MEMA's guidelines to keep yourself and your family safe in this sizzling summer heat.