There’s hot. Then there’s the so hot you’d better put a soaked towel around your neck when working outside. The so hot that a non-air conditioned car ride instantly spawns sweat rings under the arms and bonds shirts to seats… "We flirted with hot already this year, but we haven’t had an extended period of combined heat and humidity," said David Robinson, the state climatologist and a Rutgers University professor. "Now we’re going to be scorched. The combination of heat and humidity is really tough – and dangerous."
/ / / Heat, humidity conspire, causing North Jersey to perspire