Friday marks a second straight day of dangerous heat for New Jersey, with heat advisories already in effect for Mercer, Salem, Gloucester and parts of Burlington counties, and a heat index again threatening to top out at 105.
As a clear sign that summer is not over yet, consistent high temperatures in the mid-90s will combine with humidity to produce heat index values in excess of 100 degrees each of the next three days in New Jersey.
There's a reason Labor Day marks what is called the "unofficial" end of summer. Vacations end, and students (and teachers) go back to school. But as we will see Thursday and Friday, the actual season is going to make the most of its 15 remaining days.
Many are viewing it as "the big storm that wasn't," but Meteorologist Dan Zarrow warned that no matter how Hermine shaped our weekend weather, the storm's effects would be felt well into this week. And that remains the case at the Jersey Shore.
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