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HOT AND HUMID TODAY, WITH A SMALLER STORM CHANCE

Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Published: Jul. 5, 2020 at 3:47 PM CDT|Updated: Jul. 7, 2020 at 6:27 AM CDT
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It’s going to be another hot, steamy day. While it might be a few degrees cooler than yesterday, you probably won’t notice any change. High temperatures will approach 90 degrees this afternoon, with afternoon heat indices reaching the lower 90s. Stay hydrated by drinking water, and take frequent breaks to keep cool, if you’re out in the heat for a prolonged period of time.

Skies will be mostly sunny today. A few spotty thunderstorms could develop this afternoon, although we’ll probably see fewer of them compared to yesterday. They’re most likely to pop up SOUTH of Highway 10, near a weak front... Or along the lakeshore, as a lake breeze pushes inland.

More occasional storms with heat and humidity will continue through Friday. Then, we get a modest cool down into the weekend, as the jet stream begins to flow in from the northwest. That said, with weekend highs in the low to mid 80s, temperatures will still be above average for this time of year.

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BOATERS' FORECAST:

TODAY: W/S 1-10 KTS WAVES: 1-2′

WEDNESDAY: S 1-10 KTS WAVES: 1-2′

TODAY: Hot and humid. Mostly sunny. A few afternoon storms SOUTH, or by the lakeshore. HIGH: 89 (heat index: lower 90s)

TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Still muggy. Areas of fog. LOW: 66

WEDNESDAY: Hot and humid. Mostly sunny. Pop-up afternoon storms. HIGH: 91 LOW: 74

THURSDAY: Partly sunny. Hot and humid. Scattered thunderstorms develop. HIGH: 90 LOW: 72

FRIDAY: Partly sunny. Humid with scattered thunderstorms. HIGH: 86 LOW: 66

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy. A bit humid. HIGH: 85 LOW: 63

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. Only slightly humid. HIGH: 82 LOW: 62

MONDAY: Sunny skies. Very warm and a bit humid. HIGH: 86

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