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Bradley Beach boardwalk (Bud McCormick)
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Heat Wave Expected to Bring Extreme Temps [POLL/AUDIO]

With a heat wave expected to bring humid and oppressive conditions for the remainder of the week, residents are bracing themselves for more sweltering days.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Is Your Car Ready for the Heat? [AUDIO]

Summer is here and the temperatures are beginning to soar, so AAA Mid-Atlantic is urging drivers to have their vehicles ready for the heat.

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New Jersey’s Heat Wave Continues [POLL/AUDIO]

Last week at this time, Jersey residents were bundled up in sweaters and raincoats, but now they're trying to find relief from sunny skies and temperatures up into the 90's.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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The Heat Can Be More Than Just Uncomfortable [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey has been sweating through weather in the 90's, and for some, it's more than just an annoyance.

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New Jersey Gets A Taste Of Summer Heat

The Garden State gets belted with the 4th heat wave of the summer today, as temperatures are expected to rise up near 100 degrees by this afternoon and tomorrow.

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New Jersey Temperatures Goes From Winter To Summer

Temperatures will take a 50 degree leap in some areas as summer heat comes to New Jersey.

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July Is One For The Record Books In New Jersey [AUDIO]

It's felt like a sauna at times in New Jersey this summer. But, believe it or not, this July was not the hottest on record.

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Severe Drought Threatens Midwest Corn Crops
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How Will The Drought Affect Food Prices In NJ? [AUDIO]

Corn and soybean crops have been deteriorating rapidly in the Midwest as the region deals with one of the worst droughts on record. In turn, New Jersey residents can expect short-term and long-term price changes at the grocery store.

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Flickr user viZZZual.com
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Relief from the Heat – Top 10 Most Hydrating Foods

During a heat wave, the best way to stay safe and healthy is to keep your body cool and completely hydrated.

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One More Hot Day Before Heat Breaks: Alan’s Weather Blog

Highest temperatures yesterday reached the mid to upper 90s, and locally near 100.

Newark Liberty Airport tied the record set back in 1997 of 100.  Atlantic City International Airport broke the record set in 2006 of 97, when they reached 99

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