Lynn declares heat advisory for Friday

Miley Sanchez, 2, of Lynn was surprised by a jet of water at the Kiley Playground splash pad in Lynn in 2021. The Splash pad will be open on Friday due to the high expected temps. (Spenser Hasak)

LYNN — The city has issued a heat advisory for Friday.

Due to the high temperatures expected, the city will host a cooling center at the City Hall auditorium at 3 City Hall Square from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to a statement from Mayor Jared Nicholson’s office.

Splash pads will also be available at Kiley Park, Neptune Boulevard Park, Barry Park, and Flax Pond Park, the statement added.

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