Mayor Eric Adams announces new measures to prepare for extreme weather in NYC

On Thursday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams and local authorities unveiled

a proactive safety strategy aimed at protecting citizens from severe summer weather.

With hurricane season approaching, the city of New York is taking precautions to prevent flooding neighborhoods

and subway systems. When it rains, it pours in New York City.

Last June, Canadian wildfires caused the skies over Manhattan to turn orange.

Although it appeared lovely, some people were in unsafe conditions due to the air quality

Furthermore, although last year's summer was the warmest on record, this year may surpass it.

"This year we have expanded the number of cooling centers across the city," stated Adams.

"We have revised our emergency protocols for air quality with new equipment and monitoring, more