National Weather Service Issues Heat Advisory thru Sunday for Millburn Township

National Weather Service Issues Heat Advisory thru Sunday for Millburn Township

Although the excessive heat warning is only in effect Sunday and Monday, the heat wave is forecast to continue through the Independence Day holiday and beyond. Western Alabama is more likely to meet that criteria, but the entire Tennessee Valley should take precautions against the excessive heat and humidity this weekend.

From Texas to Wisconsin, heat index values Thursday were well over 100 degrees. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a risky situation in which heat illnesses are likely.

Don't expect much in the way of relief tonight.

Kennedy says the weather service could issue a heat advisory for Monday or Tuesday as the index could top 100 degrees. With the heat index, feels like temperatures will push back into the triple digits.

Because of anticipated risky and prolonged heat, the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued an excessive heat warning for the Kansas City metro as well as surrounding areas along and south of the Missouri River.

Please make sure you're wearing sunscreen and staying well hydrated if you plan on being out and about today.

The high temperature Sunday is forecast to be 98 degrees while the city will feel around 105.

Risky heat in the Midwest and Northeast is prompting multiple warnings and watches. The index is expected to hit that level today, and climb even higher in northwest OH, according to the NWS.

Heat index values as high as 101.

Follow the Bangor Daily News on Facebook for the latest ME news. "It will be warm and humid with a high into the upper 80s", he said. With winds that won't be that strong, it may cool down a bit near Lake Michigan as the day progresses.

Sleeping will be extremely hard without air conditioning as heat from the pavement will be ruthless, USA Today reports.

Recorded highs in Boston on Friday and Saturday were 93, Sipprell said.

For the Fourth of July on Wednesday, Evanego said it will be partly sunny.

An approaching cold front will try to send a few showers and thunderstorms to central Indiana Sunday night. "There's a 30 percent chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm".

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