Excessive Heat Warning for STL through Monday

Excessive Heat Warning for STL through Monday

What a difference a couple of days makes!

Thankfully, the heat is short-lived and we return to highs into the low 80s the rest of the week.

Friday and Saturday in the Omaha area are forecast to be breezy, sunny and hot with a high in the mid- to upper 90s. For comparison, our yearly average number of days at or above 90° is 14.6.

Monday night heading into Tuesday will give West Michigan another chance for showers and storms before we work back towards more sunshine.

Stay hydrated and pay attention to your body.

Another round of locally strong storms today will be followed by quieter weather over the weekend. The SPC has outlined a marginal risk of severe storms for our far eastern counties. Along with that heat streaming in from the Midwest will be very humid air, which could push dew points into the high 60s or low 70s.

Hot for Father's Day Weekend: Saturday looks hotter and drier than Sunday, but neither day offers much heat relief or guaranteed rainfall.

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Low temperatures tonight will drop to around 70°.

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued a Heat Advisory until 8 p.m. Sunday, June 17.

The highest heat index readings will impact the St. Louis metropolitan area.

Who is ready for 90-degree heat?

The big weather story is the heat with a heat advisory in effect for most of northeast Kansas until Sunday evening where heat indices every afternoon have the potential to get around 105°.

Records could be broken on Monday and Tuesday as the D.C. area faces a heat wave just before the official start of summer.

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