Temperatures hit a high of 92 degrees Wednesday and for students in the Port Chester School District that meant sitting in a hot classroom all day without air conditioning.
The district public information representative Caryn Furst said classrooms throughout Port Chesters schools have fans and windows are kept open for ventilation. However, installing air conditioning units wouldn't be economical.
"We really only have three weeks in June and three weeks in September when the weather is really hot and the students are in the classroom," said Furst.
A high of 93 degrees is expected to hit Port Chester Thursday. Temperatures are expected to drop to 80 degrees Friday and even lower over the weekend with a chance showers throughout.
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