Record Temperatures Hit the Northeast

ABC News' chief meteorologist Ginger Zee on when the late summer heat wave will end.
0:41 | 09/09/16

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Record temperatures possible for the northwest northeast and gender the outside tracking this late summer heat and what he had ginger. Somewhere in the air this morning Mike lead is most certainly hotly broke records yesterday you can see this morning are already 81 here in Times Square so that's warmer than we should be for an afternoon high. We got those heat advisories that September scorcher come and it's the humidity to the numbers will go. At least in the feels likes 100 plus that's why the heat advisories on that's why some schools are closing early around Philadelphia and some are even closed in Maryland. Does numbers by this afternoon get there. Suck up the flash flooding new point Indiana close to Cincinnati up to five inches of rain drowning cars there you can see and nine plus inches around Wichita.

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