This will be the hottest week so far this summer. A ridge of high pressure will remain steady across the central United States, keeping temperatures hot and precipitation chances minimal. Our main chances for rain this week will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, however these are not expected to bring widespread rainfall, and those who do see rainfall will not see large amounts.
90s are expected every single day in the 7-day forecast with highs closer to 100 by the end of the next work week.
To avoid heat-related illnesses such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke, follow these tips:
Light-weight, loose-fitting, and light-colored clothing should be warm outdoors
Stay hydrated by drinking water
Take breaks inside or in the shade
Limit strenuous activity
Don’t leave pets or children in cars without A/C
Today's Record Temperatures