New York City Subway Stations Consistently Reach Over 100°F in Summer Heat

It goes without saying that many straphangers feel a distinctive mugginess when they descend into New York City's subway stations, but you might still be surprised to find out exactly how unbearable the stations can be. We took an infrared thermometer into several stations to see exactly how hot the stations can be -- and the results are enough to make you sweat.

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