New Jerseyans attempt to cool down during heat wave

People across New Jersey are attempting to stay cool after four days in a row of temperatures above 90 degrees.
People should remember to stay hydrated and remain in cool, shaded areas as much as possible.
Various towns across the state have set up cooling centers for residents. Cooling centers are places like libraries and senior centers that have air-conditioning.
Excessive heat warnings are issued when the heat and humidity make it feel like it is 105 degrees or higher.
The Associated Press wire services contributed to this report.