Heat advisory in Hoboken – it ain’t Newark
City of Hoboken announces:
HEAT ADVISORY/COOLING CENTER INFORMATION
The National Weather Service has extended a heat advisory for
through 7 pm, July 6, 2010. Temperatures are predicted to reach up to 100 degrees. Hudson County
To help residents cope with the extreme heat, the City of
Hoboken is opening a cooling center at the gymnasium at Wallace School 1100 Willow Avenue. The cooling center will open at noon on Tuesday, July 6 and will remain open for at least 24 hours.
Update: A second center added –
at HHA Senior Building 220 Adams Street.
UPDATE ON COOLING CENTERS
Due to the lack of response and use of the two cooling centers opened at the
Wallace School and at the at HHA Senior Building 220 Adams Street, the City may close the cooling centers tonight. City officials will monitor the situation until 10pm on July 6th. If there is no need for the cooling centers, they will close for the night and reopen at 9am. Emergency services and EMS will be available throughout the night. Residents needing assistance are urged to contact the police department by calling 201-420-2100.
Heat Advisory for
from 11 am EDT, Tue., Jul. 6, 2010 until 7 pm EDT, Tue., Jul. 6, 2010 Hudson, NJ
5:06 am EDT, Tue., Jul. 6, 2010