(WPRI) — The temperature in Providence reached 91 degrees shortly after noon Wednesday, putting the second heat wave of the season in the books.
A heat wave is defined as three days in a row with temperatures of 90 degrees or higher. Eyewitness News Meteorologist Pete Mangione said we reached 92 degrees both Monday and Tuesday.
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