Day 5 of New Jersey's late summer heat wave mean another day of temperatures in the 90s and high humidity creating a real feel temperature in the low 100s Thursday and early dismissal for many districts.

A Heat Advisory is in effect through 8 p.m. Thursday with a slight chance of thunderstorms developing along the western and northern edges of the state.

"You know the drill. Dress for the weather, take frequent breaks in air conditioning, and stay extra-hydrated," New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said.

Note: Our normal reporting system for school cancellations, early dismissals and delayed openings is offline for maintenance. The listings below are all verified by New Jersey 101.5. Add your school or district to our list with an email to:

Camden County

  • Camden City - All schools on a half day schedule Thursday
  • Gloucester Township - Half day schedule Thursday & Friday
  • Winslow - Early dismissal schedule Thursday & Friday

Essex County

  • Bloomfield - Early dismissal Thursday & Friday
  • Montclair - Abberviated day schedule Thursday & Friday
  • West Orange - Early dismissal Thursday

Hudson County

  • Jersey City - Early dismissal Thursday & Friday

Mercer County

  • Metuchen - One session day Thursday and Friday

Middlesex County

  • Hamilton - Planned early dismissal schedule Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Monmouth County

  • All Freehold Regional High School District schools - Early dismissal schedule Thursday

Morris County

  • Lincoln Park - Early dismissal Thursday
  • Roxbury - Early dismissal Thursday

Passaic County

  • Clifton - Early dismissal Thursday & Friday

Somerset County

  • Bridgewater-Raritan - 4-Hour session day Thursday

Union County

  • Clark - Early dismissal Thursday
  • Linden Public Schools - Early dismissal Thursday & Friday. No lunch will be served
  • Rahway Public Schools - Early dismissal Thursday & Friday

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