- Associated Press - Sunday, July 19, 2015

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - High humidity and temperatures in the 90s are creating brutal weather conditions in most of New Jersey.

Most areas of the state are under heat advisories or excessive heat warnings issued by the National Weather Service. The weather warnings will remain in effect until early Monday night.

Forecasters say the heat index will likely range from 100 to 104 degrees on Sunday. And there will be little relief once the sun goes down, as temperatures will only fall into the mid-70s.

Monday will be another scorcher, with temperatures again in the mid-90s and the heat index around 100 degrees.

Residents are urged to stay indoors and in air-conditioned areas if possible. They should also wear loose clothing and drink lots of water.

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