Scorching temps to start off work week
Monday is going to be the hottest day of the week with counties out west under a heat advisory. Isolated thunderstorms are possible but mostly out in our eastern counties but will be mostly calmer for the rest of the U.P. Heat indexes could possibly reach 100° or more at some point during the day so be sure to limit your times outside especially out west. Temperatures will slowly relax as we get closer to Wednesday and Thursday but will remain above average for this time of year.
Be sure to stay updated with the latest NWS alerts here.
Monday: Mostly sunny, isolated thundershowers out east, hot and humid
>Highs: Low to High 90s out west and central, High 70s in the Keweenaw and out east. Heat Indexes could exceed 95° in the west
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, isolated chances of rain
>Highs: Low to High 80s, Heat Indexes could exceed 90° in central and west
Wednesday: Mostly sunny conditions; humid air receding
>Highs: Low to High 70s
Thursday: Partly sunny conditions; return of above average temps
Friday: Mostly cloudy; chances of scattered rain and thundershowers
Saturday: Partly sunny
Sunday: Partly sunny
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