NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - After a meeting in the city Wednesday, James Gibbons sought relief in the air conditioning of his car.
"I'm just going to get into my air conditioned car and head home," said Gibbons, a Rockland resident.
Temperatures are predicted to hit near 90 degrees again Thursday with thunderstorms possible after 4 p.m., according the National Weather Service's seven day forecast.
An air quality health advisory was also issued by the State Department of Environmental Conservation through Wednesday night.
Residents should be able to breathe easier Friday when Thursday's storms bring cooler temperatures in the mid-80s before reaching a predicted high of 87 Saturday and 89 degrees Sunday.
Nights will be cooler with lows near 70.
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