Possible heat wave ahead

Possible heat wave ahead

Possible heat wave ahead

Little relief from the heat and humidity on the way. Additionally, with dew point values in the upper 60s and lower 70s, it was rather humid. A stray thunderstorm is possible Wednesday, but most stay dry. This is putting Mid-Michigan in the path of south westerly winds which will help boost our temperatures back above average for this time of year into the middle and upper 80s.

It will be a mostly sunny, hot and humid day with high temperatures reaching the mid 90s and heat indices reaching near 100 in the afternoon. So how is the Heat Index calculated and what does it mean for you?

Mostly sunny conditions continue as highs flirt with the 90-degree mark.

Thursday night, it will be mostly clear, with a low of 78, according to the weather service.

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Monday looks mostly sunny and hot with highs remaining in the 90s. Both days, we maximize around or slightly above 90°.

High pressure overhead lead to a attractive summer day all across the region and it appears Tuesday will be no exception. Expect more details on this possible mini heat wave in the coming days. The heat index, or feels-like temperature, could reach as high as 110 by Friday in central and eastern North Carolina.

The high for Monday is expected to be near 95 with sunny skies and calm winds becoming south around 5 miles per hour in the early part of the day. Chance of precipitation is 20 percent. There might be a few scattered showers & thunderstorms creeping through the area.

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