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Heat wave to hit East Coast

Things are about to get real nasty, sweaty, sticky and hot on the East Coast as a heat wave comes in through the Northeast.

Accuweather.com

Things are about to get real nasty, sweaty, sticky and hot on the East Coast as a heat wave comes in through the north east corner of the country.

New York, Boston and Philly will all be hit with temperatures upwards of 90 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, with temperatures dipping into the 80s through the weekend.
If you're looking for ways to cool off, we have guides to all the ways you can chill and ride out this heat inBoston,New YorkandPhiladelphia.
As always, remember to wearsunscreen. Don'tleave young children and pets in cars, and keep an eye on the elderly, who are often victims of heat waves.
Here's a video summary from Accuweather of all the horrible weather nonsense headed our way:

Free pools in Philly

John B. Kelly Pool
4231 North Lansdowne Dr.

2601 South St.

Best pools in New York City

Astoria Park Pool
19th Street and 23rd Drive, Queens
Free, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Spa Castle131-10 11th Ave., College Point
$40 weekdays, $50 weekends, 6 a.m.-midnigh

The Beach at Dream Downtown
355 W. 16th St., Chelsea
$55, Monday to Friday: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

McCarren Hotel & Pool
160 N. 12th St., Williamsburg
$45 Monday to Thursday, $60 Friday to Sunday

Crotona Park Pool
1700 Fulton Ave., the Bronx
Free, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Where to cool off in the midst of a heat wave in Boston

Mirabella
475 Commercial St.

Colonnade Rooftop Pool
120 Huntington Ave.

Rooftop @ Revere
200 Stuart St.

Frog Pond Wading Pool
Boston Common

 

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