LI under heat advisory after temps hit 102

Mike Misa, of Mt. Sinai, cools off with

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Mike Misa, of Mt. Sinai, cools off with a bottle of water while playing soccer at North Shore Heritage Park, Tuesday. (July 6, 2010) (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara)

Go on, say it, sing it, grin and bear it: We're havin' a heat wave.

Temperatures have hit triple digits on Long Island, so we can officially call our string of steamy days a heat wave.

Not that most of us want to.

Temperatures were up to 101 degrees in Farmingdale, with Shirley and Islip close behind at 100 degrees, making this the third hottest day in Islip, according to the National...

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