Here's How New Yorkers are Keeping Cool This Summer
The heat wave that hit the city this week forced New Yorkers to either find new ways to stay cool or sweat it out.
From Battery Park to Times Square, some headed for the city's public swimming pools on Monday — when the temperature was in the low nineties — while others weren't willing to stop wearing black because of a little humidity:
"I think it's actually kind of disgusting when you sweat through white," said a woman reading a book in Union Square. Meanwhile, another man warned us that there are only sixteen weeks until we'll be worrying about snow.