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millions of people across the eastern and central parts of the U. S. or trying to stay cool on Saturday as the massive heat wave bakes the region the National Weather Service said temperatures were forecast to reach the mid to upper nineties but with the humidity the heat index could hit as high as one hundred fifteen degrees in some areas I , he we've extends from Kansas to the Atlantic coast and from South Carolina to Maine in Washington DC residents and tourists trying to catch a breeze on the Potomac River others sought to escape the scorching heat by heading to museums in New York with the heat index was one hundred degrees and forecast to rise to one ten hundreds found refuge in a pool in queens , meanwhile in Philadelphia about two hundred fifty senior citizens returned home on Saturday a day after their retirement community lost power disabling their air conditioners forecasters say the heat wave is expected to continue through Sunday with little overnight relief