Hazy, hot and humid temperatures return to Brooklyn

Hazy, hot and humid weather has returned to Brooklyn.



News 12 Brooklyn meteorologists expect the hot weather to last through Saturday.



News 12 was at Shore Park in Bay Ridge, where people were finding ways to cool off.



The city's Office of Emergency Management is urging residents to use air conditioning, drink plenty of water and not to do much strenuous activity during the hottest points of the day.


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