Low to upper 90s are expected for highs on Monday, ahead of our next front. Any storms we see will fall apart after sunset.
Sunstroke, or heatstroke, is a medical emergency where the person's body temperature reaches 106 degrees or higher.
Even though there was plenty of moisture available today, only widely scattered showers and storms developed.
Temps will come down into the low and middle 80s by the end of the week, but the steamy air will stay with us.
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Thankfully, the heat is short-lived and we return to highs into the low 80s the rest of the week. Temperatures will bottom out in the lower 70s, with winds out of the south up to 10 miles per hour. Radar estimates from the region show possible rainfall totals exceeding 6 inches since late Saturday night. Showers will be more popular than strong storms, but heavy downpours and lightning can't be ruled especially during the afternoon. A heat index that high can cause heat stroke, the weather service said.
"The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible". Storm chances ramps up Monday evening. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a unsafe situation in which heat illnesses are likely.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 30% chance for spotty showers or thunderstorms. As daytime heating kicks in again, storms will become likely by midday and last through the mid part of the afternoon.