Break out the sunscreen.
Wednesday’s temperatures could inch up into the low and even mid-90s.
“We’re gonna’ have a taste of summer, at least for one day,” said Tom Kines, an AccuWeather senior meteorologist.
There’s a trade-off, though: Summer sunshine comes with the summer stickies.
“As for humidity, it won’t be oppressive, (but) compared to what we are used to so far, it is going to feel humid,” Kines said.
The heat spike will match temps we briefly saw in April, according to the National Weather Service. In fact, last month was the warmest April on record dating back to the 1800s, according to meteorologist Phil Bachmann.
The wave of warmth won’t last long. Moderate to severe thunderstorms will likely blow through on Thursday afternoon or evening brining cooler temperatures.
But consider it a small sacrifice.
Once the rain, winds and maybe even hail clears, it’ll make way for a beautiful long Memorial Day weekend of sunny skies and 70-degree weather, forecasters said.
(Source: NY Daily News)