As New Hampshire and the rest of the Northeast settles into an extended heat wave, nearly two dozen communities in the state are opening cooling centers. Highs in the 90′s and oppressive humidity are on tap for the rest of this week, with tomorrow likely to be the hottest. People are being reminded not to leave pets or children alone in vehicles, to check on elderly neighbors, and to simply stay inside, if possible, during the hottest part of the day. The Wm Cashin Senior Center in Manchester, The Nashua Senior Center and the Londonderry Senior Center are just three of the many cooling centers state wide.
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High: 89° - Low: 67°