With the “feels like” temperature expected to be over 100 degrees for the next few days, Westchester County Parks’ pools and beaches will stay open one hour longer, from Thursday, July 27 through Saturday, July 29, due to the heatwave.

Saxon Woods in White Plains, Sprain Ridge in Yonkers, The Brook at Tibbetts in Yonkers and Willson’s Waves in Mount Vernon, as well as Croton Point Beach in Croton-on-Hudson and Glen Island Beach in New Rochelle, will remain open until 7:30 p.m. with no admittance after 7 p.m. The extra hour is weather-permitting, as storms are expected intermittently over the next few days.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “It is important to stay cool during a heatwave and Westchester County’s pools and beaches provide the opportunity for folks to seek relief from the heat and high temperatures by going for a longer swim.”

Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation Commissioner Kathy O’Connor said: “By offering extended pool and beach hours, visitors will have more time to cool off in the water and beat the heat.”

Proof of Westchester County residency is required at all four pools and Glen Island Beach. Admission fees apply; parking fees apply at The Brook at Tibbetts, Croton Point and Glen Island Beaches.