Summer will extend its reign another week as higher-than-normal temperatures are set to swamp the city.
High temperatures for most of the week will hover in the mid-70s to 80s with sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service.
"The normal temperature for New York City (for this time of year) is 70," said Carlie Buccola, an NWS meteorologist.
Monday temperatures will reach a high of 71 degrees and dip to a low of 64 at night, according to the forecast. The next day will see the mercury rise to 76 degrees, the NWS said. Tuesday night’s low will only be 68 degrees.
Wednesday is predicted to be the hottest day of the week with temperatures reaching a high of 86 degrees. Wednesday night sees a small chance of showers as the temperatures decrease to 68 degrees, according to the NWS.