Air temperatures in the nineties and one hundreds are combining with dew points in the sixties and seventies to get heat indices near one hundred in eastern KELOLAND.
The heat will continue for the rest of the work week.
In the meantime, north central and northeast KELOLAND will have to be watched for developing showers and storms. While most of the models are putting the bulk of the rain in North Dakota, a scattered storm or two will be possible in extreme northern and northeast KELOLAND. It will be another mild and humid overnight with lows falling to the upper sixties and middle seventies.
Tuesday will be another hot and humid day with highs in the nineties to near one hundred. A weak disturbance will move through northeast KELOLAND on Wednesday night to allow for slightly thicker clouds which will last into Thursday. A scattered storm will be possible in northeast KELOLAND during that time, while the rest of KELOLAND stays dry.
Nineties to near one hundred degree weather will last through at least Saturday. We’ll watch for slightly cooler air for the weekend, but temps will still be above average.