It's Hot. (Really.) NYC's First May Heat Wave Since 2001

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If it seems unusually hot in New York City, you're right -- the city is now officially experiencing its first May heat wave in 16 years. Temperatures in Central Park hit 90 degrees at 1:08 p.m. Friday, following highs of 92 Thursday (a record) and 90 on Wednesday. 20 Years' Prison for Ex-Secret Service Agent in Sexting Case Besides being the first in May since 2001, it's the fifth-earliest heat wave in records that date to 1868.(There was an April heat wave in 2002, which holds the record for all-time earliest.) Two Texas Men Get 3-Year Sentences for Beating Sikh Man There's relief in sight fo...

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