The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for a portion of Upstate New York including the Mohawk Valley for Wednesday.  Temperatures will reach into the 90s with heat index values nearing or topping 100 degrees.

The Heat Advisory stretches from Rochester to Albany and is centered on the counties that made up the Mohawk Valley as the lower elevation cities  like Utica and Syracuse will see the warmest temperatures and heat indices when compared to the higher elevation hills.