UNDATED (AP) -- More heat and humidity are in store for places all across the country.
It is expected to feel like 98 degrees in New York City, but it's even hotter in Oregon, where temperatures in the southwest are expected to hit 105 and north-central's Pendleton is forecast to reach 106.
In West Virginia, the town of Bluefield started offering free lemonade after temperatures surpassed 90 degrees yesterday. In Washington, DC, forecasters predicted a high of 96 degrees, which will feel like 101 with the humidity.
Meanwhile, in New Jersey, high temperatures and humidity have made it feel like 100 degrees in some places.
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