Due to the record heat in U.S. high school students released from classes early

In the new York Metropolitan area, namely in the States of new York, new Jersey and Connecticut, the temperature is steadily rising. As we reported earlier this week, weather forecasters are predicting record breaking heat.

Today, June 18, the thermometers will show up to +35°C. The last time this temperature was recorded in 1929.

The extreme heat school in Jersey city, Paterson and Edison (new Jersey) will be closed. In some schools, Connecticut children released from class earlier than usual.

New Jersey:

SD Belleville (Essex County) — an early end of the lessons.

SD Hackensack (Bergen County) — closing 2.5 hours early.

SD Jersey City (Hudson County) — closing at 12.45.

John P Holland Charter (Passaic County) closing 3 hours earlier.


Danbury School District (Fairfield) — close 3.5 hours early.

Governor Andrew Cuomo urged new Yorkers to take precautions and limit physical activity outdoors.

For residents of Jersey city today will open cooling centers.

Tomorrow, June 19, a little heat will loosen the grip up to +31 °C, and to +28 °C. According to forecasts, mid-week, the heat will go on recession, and by Saturday the temperature will fall to +25°C.