Syracuse, N.Y. - Parts of Central New York are going to be under a heat advisory today.
Temperatures are expected to approach 90 degrees with high humidity. The National Weather Service says that a heat advisory goes into effect from 11 this morning until eight tonight in Onondaga, Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca counties, among others.
More warm weather and humidity are also in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday.
A reminder that if you are headed out to the Great New York State Fair that it'll be hotter there because of the pavement. Be sure to wear light colored clothes, stay out of the sun when you can, and drink plenty of water. Also, you can still bring in your own water onto the grounds if you're unhappy with paying more for a bottle of water.
Heat Advisory is in effect Mon PM for Onondaga, Seneca, and Cayuga counties. Heat indices in these counties will be in the mid to upper 90s. Even warmer on Tues and Wed area-wide. Additional Heat Advisories or Excessive Heat Warnings will likely be needed those days #NYwx #PAwx pic.twitter.com/U7Xx966KRt— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) August 26, 2018